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THE NINETEEN HUNDRED SIXTY 

PILGRIM 

Published By THE SENIOR CLASS 

PLYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 

Plymouth, Massachusetts 





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Editor 

PHYLLIS CAVICCHI 

Business Manager 

LINDA ESTES 

Advisor 

ROLAND HOLMES 



CONTENTS 

CURRICULUM 8 

FACULTY 15 

CLASSES 19 

ACTIVITIES 65 

SPORTS 77 

ADS 93 



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...our heritage, 




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...our challenge 





Plymouth High School . . . yesterday, 
today, tomorrow. What changes occur in 
the brief span of one hundred years! In 
1860, for instance, girls in hoop-skirts and 
boys in fitted trousers went to school in 
a building that would seem drab to us mod- 
ern students in our knee-length skirts and 
chinos. And who knows what another cen- 
tury will bring to our school and its stu- 
dents? 

Our predecessors were generally more 
earnest scholars than most of us. One 
hundred years ago the price of an educa- 
tion was hard work. Students of 1860 had 
to contend with Declamation and Greek, 
while to us Latin seems unbearably diffi- 
cult. The standards of education follow the 
changing patterns of time. 

Yet despite the outward differences in 
our schools over the period of one hundred 
years, we are bound to those in the past, as 
to those in the future, by a common goal, 
education. 




AN ASSOCIATION CHERISHED 





Our advisor at his hiph school 
graduation 




Mr. Holmes teaches English . 



We the students, and especially the year- 
book staff, here express our gratitude to Mr. 
Roland Holmes for his help and backing. He 
has been a friend, as well as a teacher and 
counsellor, to each of us who has known him. 

During the time that Mr. Holmes has 
served as advisor for the Pilgrim, he has 
weathered feuds, insufficient funds, and 



deadlines to help produce a new and better 
yearbook each year. We are proud of our 
Pilgrim, but without him, it could never 
have been written and published. 

Therefore, to recognize the tremendous 
work that this man has done, we offer him 
our highest compliment by dedicating to him 
the 1960 Pilgrim. 



ADMINISTRATION 



To the members of the Class of 1960 go 
my sincere wishes for success and hap- 
piness. 

The faculty and I feel privileged to have 
known you and to have worked with you. 
It is my hope that your stay in Plymouth 
High School will have helped you to form 
the basis for a full and happy life. 




MR. LAWRENCE BONGIOVANNI 
Principal 



OUR LEADERS IN EDUCATION 



School Committee 

Front: Mrs. Jane Gellar, Miss Mary Dolan, Mr. Alton Cavicchi. 
Secend: Mr. Harry Doyle, Mr. Spencer Brewster, Mr. Chester 
Sweatt, Dr. Samuel Stewart. 




MR. CHESTER V. SWEATT 
Superintendent 







Plymouth offers a curriculum 





It doesn't make a particle of difference. 



The science department of Plymouth High 
School offers courses which suit the needs 
of students who are looking for either gen- 
eral or specialized training. 




Hieroglyphics made easy. 




The complexities of heredity. 



touching the needs of each individual 



Languages . History . Social Studies, 







English 



LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 

Languages offered at Plymouth High include three years 
of English, Latin, and French. The English course combines 
grammer, composition, and literature. In the Latin classes 
the works of Caesar and Virgil, among others are translated. 
In French, emphasis is placed upon speaking the language. 






Homemakers of the future 



The square roots of the senior class 



What a camera won't do for ef- 
ficiency! 



Commercial.. Ho me Economics. .Vocational 



The commercial department of Plymouth 
High offers training in stenography, typing, 
bookkeeping, transcription, and clerical work. 
Under the guidance of Miss Beatrice Arthur, 
Mrs. Helen Bagnall, Miss Helen Johnson, and 
Mrs. Lydia Gardner, commercial students are 
prepared for a career in the business world. 




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Then. ..and now 



While teaching is many centuries old, the last one hundred years have 
seen an evolution in teaching methods. 

A century ago not many girls attended schools, and all students who 
did attend, walked. Teachers believed strictly in the three R's and had 
not forgotten the use of the rod. There were few school social activities, 
and a pupil's progress depended solely on his ambition. 

Today our schools aim for a well-rounded and thorough education for 
everyone. We are allowed to govern our school in part, but we always have 
advisers to rely on. An active social life through extracurricular activi- 
ties is an important part of our schooling. 

Profiting from past experiences, the present educational system is 
constantly improving its preparation of the citizens of tomorrow. 









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■AS THEY WEBB, AND AO THEY AUE. 

"Jones," you stupid blockhead, ston' up s*nd 
eay your-'rithnietic, and say ii well, if yon don't j 

want a %raelun* ? " reared out the village 

schoolmaster of fifty feats ago, hi a mumu'r 

moat admirably calculated to draw out of any j 

boy's bead whatever knowledge there may have j 

been there before ; but now in ItiCO, Junes 3d j 

i* called up.' — "duties, come forward and reeite j 

your mathematics, and be careful about ash-'- 1 

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ou that tSscbalarb arc not brutjs, and. that h°j 

j8 not to drop the gentleman to become flW 

teacher. Tim ancient method of fri^htenm;; 
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est schoolboy tali* wi it tl j unmistakable 

air of a "free American ettba ;»' ol bk rights, 

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Mr. Charles Harrell 
English 



Miss Iris Albertini 
English, French 



Mrs. Ruth Richardson 
Home Arts 



Mr. John Pacheco 
Music 





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Miss Jeanette Jacques 
French 



Mrs. Margaret Brown 
Art 



Mr. Mario Romano 
Mathematics 



Mr. Louis Cappannari 
Science, Math 



"And if there are no 






Mr. Roland Holmes 
English 



Mrs. Helen Bagnell 
Business 



Miss Phyllis Boucher 
Social Studies 



C. P. Washburn 








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Mr. Arthur Pyle 
History 



Mr. Donald Wilson 
Guidance 



Mrs. Alice Urann 
English 



Mr. John Tavernelli 
Latin, Math 




Mrs. Miriam Raymond 
English 



Mr. John Packard 
Science 




Mrs. Virginia Kingman 
Home Arts 



Miss Nellie Locklin 
Mathematics 



teachers, neither are there 




Mrs. Lydia Gardner 
Business 



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Mr. Joseph DeSisto 
Driver Education 




Mr. Claiborne Young 
Biology 



Manomet Gas Co. 









Mr. Harold Rogers 
Physical Education 



Mr. Henry Cryer 
Physical Education 



Mrs. Lena Allaire 
Physical Education 



Miss Roberta Jones 
Physical Education 






Miss Marilyn Griffith 
English 



Mr. George Murphy 
Guidance 



Miss Helen Johnson 
Business 



Miss Beatrice Arthur 
Business 



Scholars — " Socrates 



A Hundred years ago the principal offerings of the high school were 
readin', 'ritin', and 'rithmatic. Plymouth High today offers a college pre- 
paratory course for students planning for advanced education, and the 
commercial course for those planning to enroll in business school or to 
work in an office. For those who plan to go to work directly after gradua- 
tion, various courses are offered to assist them in their work. 

This variety of courses is made possible by the dedicated faculty. They 
encourage the students to develop ambition, skill, and confidence and guide 
them to independence. 



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saving of .»i few dollars 

In our own town, tin High School was the 
first great step towards this improvement. 
T/ure was tried for the first time in Plymouth, 
the experiment of treeing boys and girls us if 
they had some idea of decency and order, and 
giving them a large, healthy, and I.andsowo 
schoolroom. Teaclitrs whose abilities, high 
characters und fitness for their places we all a» 
kaowkdged we had had before mid had the* 
hut not until then, had we been so well isrid 
properly accommodated. Eleven years have! 
roiled away, and sp,te*of ths-oroakii %a of many J 



o begrudged the money laid ont, an<l *>• 
Tears of tho a e who <k>«*bted the wiJ oia of put- 
img boys and girla together, and of transferring 
from the old hug^Mga to the new, tho school 
has boon a i'rcfa|^ln:crs.s, and niiiny o( us who 
were present aLits opening, and have grown 
with it« growth, gather to-day and join in the 
prayer, that it may ever continue to flourish, us 
it baa done, and always be equal to the task of 
prewiring infnlpd women lor contending hon 
orably and ^se<^S9fully in the great batlle of 
life 










KENNETH JOSEPH ALMEIDA 

Kenny — "Skuzeeto!" — to play college basketball and 
graduate rich — pet peeve: girls who wear knee socks — 
he likes basketball and track — dislikes studying in 
auditorium and short recesses — Kenny hopes to at- 
tend Miami U. — always with Steve, Paul, and Dave — 
his '59 Edsel— "Hey, Swifty"— P.H.S. trumpeteer. 

Activities: lOc-a-week Collector 1, 2, 3; S.A.S. 1; Bank 1, 2, 3; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; Track 1, 2, 3 ; Volley Ball 2 ; Varsity Club 1, 
2, 3. 




BRUCE KEVIN ANDERSON 

Bruce — "What, me worry?" — to own a 1960 Truimph 
motorcycle — likes motorcycles, hunting, and good food 
— Bruce plans to join the Air Force — can be found in 
Manomet — with Newt, Frank, Bill, and Jim — his '49 
Ford 

Activities: Baseball 1. 



MARGARET LOUISE ANDRADE 

Margie— "Oh, man, you know" — to go to hairdressing 
school with Janie — pet peeve: sitting home on Friday 
nights — likes driving that '55 red and white Ford — 
she dislikes to be around quiet kids and sloppy dress- 
ers — can be found with Janie, Ki-Ki, Carol and Junior 
— to marry that certain city boy. 



Business or pleasure? 




Great white hunter 





ESTELLE ARONS 

Estie — "You know!" — to attend West Point — pet peeve: 
no mail deliveries on Sunday — those trips to Syracuse 
the 13th of each month — hates to get up in the morn- 
ing — Nursing is in Estelle's future — with Jean, Dottie, 
Linda, Janet and Sally — that snappy dresser — wears 
a school badge — Syracuse, that is! 

Activities : Lab Staff 1 ; Latin Club 1, 2 ; Pilgrim Staff 1, 2 ; Dance 
Committee 2 ; Class Colors Committee. 



KATHLEEN ATWOOD 

Kathy — "Really!" — with Barby, Linda, Linda, Mary, 
and Sandy — usually at Tassy's — plans to go to Bos- 
ton and business school — dislikes sloppy boys — likes 
pizza, coke, and fried clams — hopes to marry after 
school — Rainbow — one of Mrs. Whiting's little helpers. 

Activities : Banker 1 : lOc-a-week Collector 3 ; Office Worker 2, 3 ; 
Ticket Seller 2 ; Pilgrim Staff 2. 3 ; Dance Committees 1, 2 ; Vol- 
ley Ball 2 ; Class Colors Committee 3. 




Going to Syracuse ? 




Oh, those calories! 



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Let go of my finger! 




JAMES ARNOLD BAILEY 

Jim — "Pretty raunchy, boy!" — to live on a tropical 
isle — pet peeve: girls who dislike boys — Jim seems to 
like almost anything that is difficult — may be found 
anywhere with anyone — college is in Jim's plans — 
a certain senior girl — his '53 convertible — that cute 
new senior boy — he's smart too — came from Williston 
Academy. 

Activities : Press Club Editor 3. 



PEARL ROSE BAPTISTA 

Pooh — "Hey! Wait for me!" — to date a certain senior — 
pet peeve: kick pleats — likes pizza, foreign cars and 
paratroopers— dislikes short boys — business school is 
in Pearl's plans — can be found in 101 — with Jean, Bren, 
J. V. Boogie — that quiet type — Mr. Young's private 
secretary. 

Activities : Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Dance Committee 2, 3 ; Volley Ball 2 ; 
Special Typist 2, 3. 




Private secretary 




Day dreamer 




Guess who's coming 
home? 



JOSEPH MARTIN BARTLETT 

Marty — "Crazy" — to own a car that never goes wrong 
— Marty is a happy-go-lucky guy — likes to own boats 
— would like to go to college — always at Little Pond — 
with Dave Pierce — that '49 Plymouth wagon — the 
quiet type. 

Activities: Track 2. 




MARCIA BUMGARTNER 

Marcia — "Oh, sugar!" — secretly desires to marry a 
certain someone — pet peeve: little brother — likes bowl- 
ing, movies, and hamburgers — dislikes school and home- 
lessons — seen at Leland's and the Manomet Youth Club 
with Billy, Claudia, Linda, and Joel — Marcia plans to 
go to business school. 








DONALD FRANCIS BEAL 

Bealsie — "How 'bout that" — the quiet type? — pet 
peeve: second period study — Oh, that Swifty! — Donnie 
wishes to own a Mercedes Benz — his big H — always at 
the links — with John, Jim H., Paul, and Jim F. — college 
bound — Donnie can be found wherever there are girls. 

Activities: Football 3: Baseball 2: Class Colors Committee. 



What ambition! 




ALFRED PAUL BELANGER 

Al — "Eat a bean!" — desires to steal Rollie's Jag — 
likes root beer, pizza, cycles, and hockey — dislikes 
warm winters, math tests and Sherman's elbows — Al 
plans to be an engineer — he's seen everywhere — with 
Paul, Tommy, Wayne, and Ray — works at the curtain 
factory — school electrician. 

Activities: S.A.S. 3; Biology Science Seminar 3; Radio Club 1, 2; 
Dance Committees 2, 3 ; Volley Ball 2. 



JUDITH EBBA BILLEY 

Judy Bee — "I'm so tired!" — to marry a member of the 
Celtics — pet peeve: eggs for breakfast — Judy is a 
female Tom Heinsohn — She hates to get up in the 
morning — Judy is college bound, New Hampshire U. — 
can be found at Gambini's with Laurie, Linda, Jackie, 
Nancy, Phyllis and Lyn. 

Activities: National Honor Society 2, 3: Honor Group 3; S.A.S. 2, 
3 ; Science Fair Winner 1 ; Lab Staff 1 ; Latin Club 1 ; Pilgrim 
Staff 2, 3 : Art Co-Editor 3 ; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3 ; Field 
Hockey 1, 2, 3 : Basketball 1, 2, 3 : Softball 1, 2; Volley Ball 2. 




Monkey business 




Keeping in shape for 
sports. 




DOROTHY JANET BLACKBURN 

Dottie — "C'est la vie" — she hopes to work at the 
Manomet Bakery again — Dotty is everyone's friend — 
she likes Tuesday nights, football, having fun — those 
red shoes! — she didn't want to leave P.H.S. — Tufts or 
Syracuse U. is waiting for her — that certain senior 
president — with Estie, Linda, Marcia, and Gus — Always 
smiling 

Activities: Latin Club 1: S.A.S. 1, 2, 3 ; Pilgrim Staff 1. 2; Dance 
Committees 1, 2, 3. 



CAROLE ANN BORGHESANI 

Boogie — "I give up" — to go out with a certain Junior 
boy — pet peeve: homework and Business Law Lists — 
likes to argue, P.G. — plans to move to Leominster — 
can be found at the show, at the bowling alleys, at 
Ernie's — with Vonnie, Bren, Jean, Pearl, and J. V. 




Two heads are better 
than one. 




Wmmm 

You Tarzan, me Jane. 




BRENDA ELIZABETH BORSARI 

Bren — "Oh, yeh!" — to lose 15 pounds and still eat — 
she'll make a pretty secretary — pet peeve: people who 
listen in on telephone conversations — likes homemade 
Italian food — plans secretarial work — she can be found 
in Currier's after school — with Jeanie, Carole, Pearl, 
Janie and the girls — new S.A.S. President. 

Activities :> Bank Teller 2 ; S.A.S. President 3 : Class Secretary 2 ; 
Ticket Seller 1, 2 ; Pilgrim Staff 2, 3 : Dance Committees 1, 2, 3 : 
General Committee 2 ; Volley Ball 2 ; Travel Club 1 ; Library Staff 
2 ; Glee Club 1, 2. 

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Intelligent ? 




Don't fence me in. 



BEVERLY MAE BOURNE 

Bev — "You know!" — to be more educated in all things — 
pet peeve: always called Shorty — likes parties and 
fun — that certain sophomore — Bates College is in her 
future plans — at P. T.'s Garage — with Pat, Phyllis, 
Pat, Lorry, Barbie and Pat— B. R.— "short stuff- 
dislikes rushing around 

Activities : Biology Science Seminar 2, 3 ; Lab Staff 1 ; Latin Club 
1 ; Press Club 1 ; Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3 ; Vol- 
ley Ball 2. 





Getting up in the world. 



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Gunner to pilot, bailing 
out. 




JOSEPH JOHN BROWN 

Joe — "Hi, Ski" — to go to college and own a convertible 
— pet peeves: Whitey, seventh period study — "Most fun 
to be with" — the hockey player — He hates to get up 
in the morning — to work at the curtain factory — Joey 
can be seen riding around with Charlie, Whitey and 
Renato — that Jeep. 

Activities : Dance Committee 3. 



THOMAS GUY BUSSOLARI 

Tommy — "Will you cut out foolin' around" — to drive 
on Bonneville flats — pet peeve: antique transmissions 
— likes cars, girls, hunting, and sports — dislikes cars 
faster than his — plans to attend drafting school — at 
Gellar's and Roger's — with Steve, Doug, Dave, and 
Anne — "Witchcraft" — A.B. — "Where did you say the 
party was?" 



Activities: lOe-a-week Collector 1, 2; Band 1, 2; 
1, 3 ; Football 2, 3 ; Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; Baseball 1 ; 



Dance Committee 
Cross Country 1. 



JUDY ANN CABRAL 

Judy — "Ya know what I mean?" — to own her own 
home — pet peeve: arguments with Mario — likes Boston, 
spaghetti, P. J. parties — dislikes studying fourth period 
— marriage after graduation — always at Woolworth's 
and Tassy's — with Barb, Diane, Nan, and the girls — 
that beautiful Chevy convert — M.C. 

Activities : Press Club 3 ; Dance Committees 2, 3 ; Volley Ball 2 ; 
Pilgrim Staff 3. 






It's really mine. 




STEPHEN JOHN CARAMELLO 

Steve "Hey, guess what?" — to own his own coffee 

shop— his little brother Chuck— likes jazz and Mary— 
the Marines are in his future — can be found at Joe 
Costa's gas station and at 17 Howland Street— with 
Tommy, Check, Joe, and Mary— that '54 blue and white 
Plymouth — always arguing in Psych. 

Activities: Dance Committees 2, 3: Stage Worker. 



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Gotta go pick up Mary. 






RENATO CARPEGGIANI 

Renatzky — "Crazy" — hopes to travel around the world- 
pet peeve: Whitey — he likes to dance — loves cars — 
He plans to enter the Air Force — always with Ron, 
Bob, Jim, and Joey — his blue & white Buick — that 
certain sophomore — M.B. — that quiet boy? 

Activities: Ticket Seller 1 ; Gift Committee 3. 




I don't care what it is, 
I'm thirsty. 




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DENNIS JOHN CARREIRO 

Denny — "Don't sweat the small stuff!" — hopes to own 
a fuel-injected Corvette convertible — likes girls, Frank 
Sinatra records, fried clams — dislikes Chevies — has the 
Service in his future — always with Richard, Eddie, 
Die, and the guys — at Scanlon's Service Station — that 
'50 Merc, convertible — What a flirt! 



DIANE BERNADETTE CARREIRO 

Di-di — "Gee-kers" — to do business work like Mrs. 
Gardner — pet peeve: Older brother — she likes eating, 
tall boys — hates getting up in the morning, double re- 
cesses — in a few years Diane will be a hairdresser — 
always at Tassy's — with Jon, Judy, Barbara, Carol, 
Jan, and the girls — that blue Chrysler. 

Activities: Pilgrim Staff 3; Dance Committee 1. 2. 3; General Com- 
mittee 2 ; Volley Ball 2 ; Glee Club 1, 2. 




Holy smokes, a whisker! 






She likes the brawny type. 




JOYCE ANN CARVALHO 

Joycie — "Aw, Shutup" — Joyce wants to be principal of 
P.H.S. for one day — pet peeve: Sandy at The Diner — 
she loves to eat — if she could only stay in bed all day 
— at Skippy's and McLellan's — always with Doris, 
Sandy, Sandy, Marsh and the girls — to go to IBM 
school — sleep, sleep, sleep. 



Activities: Pilgrim Staff 3; Dance Committees 1, 
1, 2 ; Softball 1 ; Gift Committee 3. 



3 : Basketball 




A throne for the queen. 




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DAVID FRANCIS CASAL 

Spoolie — "Nice talk!" — Says his secret desire is cen- 
sored — pet peeve: crowded bowling alleys — likes pizza, 
sleeping late, bowling, and hockey — dislikes getting 
up early and 7th period study — seen at the Rat Hole 
and of course, the bowling alley with Dick, Bob, Barry, 
Don, and Mike — You can look for Dave at technical 
school next year. 

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Which way to the 



morgue 



Sleeping Beauty. 



MICHAEL FRANK CAVICCHI 

Mike — "You don't know what I mean!" — secretly de- 
sires to own a red, 1960 Harley-Davidson — pet peeve: 
math — likes girls, cars, sports, hunting, and progressive 
jazz — dislikes homelessons — seen at Costa's Service 
Station or Tassy's with Mike, Jim, Denny, Art, and 
Ken — radio and T. V. broadcasting. 

Activities : Press Club 3 ; Dance Committees 2 ; Football 2, 3. 





But Freddy, I'm all ready. 



PHYLLIS ANNE CAVICCHI 

Tiger — "Please pay your ten-cent-a-week!" — secretly 
desires to win an argument with Wirtzy, just once — 
pet peeve: Spoolie — likes anything different, "Ma", 
World Lit, F.D. — dislikes unruly Pilgrim Staff meet- 
ings — seen at all sporting events, and at Roger's Super 
Market — seen with Lyn, Linda, Judy, and Bev — Oh, to 
drive that T-bird! — you'll see Phyllis at Mount Holyoke 
next year. 

Activities j Ten-cent-a-week collector 1, 2, 3 ; National Honor So- 
ciety 2, 3 ; Honor Group 3 ; S.A.S. 3 ; Science Fair Winner 1, 2 ; 
Biology Science Seminar 2, 3 ; Lab Staff 1 ; Latin Club 1 ; Pilgrim 
Staff 1, 2, 3 ; Editor-in-chief 3; Band 1, 2, 3 ; Dance Committees; 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3 ; Basketball 1, 2 ; Softball 1 ; Biology Experi- 
menter's Council 1. 





Hypnotizing made easy. 




You could have warned 




PAUL LEO CECCARELLI 

Checca — "Hi, Baby, where you going?" — secretly de- 
sires to be famous and wealthy — pet peeve: homework 
— likes blondes and pizza — dislikes redheads and get- 
ting up early — seen anywhere in and around Plymouth 
with Steve, Ken, Dick, and the gang — drives a different 
car every week — Paul's going to be an accountant. 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3; Dance Committees 2, 3; Fund Collector 1. 



PATRICIA ANN CHASE 

Patti — "Oh, Forget it!" — secretly desires to go to Eu- 
rope and to dangle the world on a string — pet peeve: 
third period study — likes boys, Pat T.'s parties, and 
English muffins — dislikes boys (of certain types) — 
seen at Gambini's and P. T.'s garage with Dottie, Peg- 
gy, Bev, and Linda — Patti wants to be a teacher. 

Activities : Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Dance Committees 2. 



Contentment. 



LORETTA JEAN CORREA 

Lorry — "You're a doll!" — pet peeve: broken radios- 
likes blue, driving "his" '52 Ford, clothes, and "his" 
little brother— dislikes rainy days, bugs, long home- 
lessons, and being called "little girl"— seen at Tassy's 
with the Van Twinkles or working at the Plymouth 
Baking Co. — What's at Burdett, Lorry ? 

Activities: Marching Girls 1, 2, 3 ; Biology Science Seminar 2, 3: 
Lab Staff 1, 2, 3 ; Latin Club 1 : Pilgrim Staff 2. 3 ; Photography 
Editor 3. 









MARGARET LOUISE COSTA 

Peggy — "How cunnin!" — secretly desires to have 4 
little P's — pet peeve: third period study — likes pizza, 
French fries, baby sister, and of course Pete — seen 
with Dottie, Pat, Linda, Kathy, Jane, and Pete — 
Peggy looks forward to school or marriage. 

Activities: Volley Ball 1 : Class Color Committee. 



JEAN MARIE COTTI 

Jeanie — "Don't look at me!" — secretly desires to bowl 
over 100 — pet peeve: quiet study halls — likes pizza, 
T-birds, Fred and the Air Force — dislikes moody boys 
and those unexpected tests — seen at the bowling alley 
— seen with Carole, Bren, Pearl, and J. V. — Jeanie 
wants to attend Becker Junior College. 

Activities: Bank Teller 1, 2: Honor Group 3; Office Worker 2. 3; 
Ticket Seller 1, 2; Pilgrim Staff 3; Dance Committee 3 ; Vollev 
Ball 2. 



Happy homemaker. 




What do you mean 
"get up"? 




LINDA JEAN COURTNEY 

Linda — "E-e-e-e-e!" — secretly desires to have natural- 
ly curly hair — pet peeve: nervous people — likes pizza, 
jazz, Mr. Holmes, and Johnny Mathis — dislikes waiting 
for people — seen at Tassy's and in Brockton — Linda's 
heart is set on I.B.M. School. 

Activities: Press Club 3; Pilgrim Staff 2, 3: Dance Committees 2: 
Volley Ball 2 : Special Typist 3. 




Who you looking for? 







GEORGE LEWIS COVELL 

Skinny — "What — me worry?" — secretly desires to have 
a secret desire — George is never peeved! — likes rhythm 
and blues, and recess — dislikes liver, homework, jazz, 
homework, scrambled eggs, and homework — seen all 
over the place — with Glenn, Fred, Dick, and Dave — 
cartooning! 



CHARLES WINSLOW CRAIG, JR. 

Charlie — "It's for the birds!" — secretly desires to 
strike oil — pet peeve: long lunch lines — likes driving 
Ford's, teasing Cindy, and football — dislikes women 
drivers, and that certain someone fooling with the 
car — seen at the Kingston Sunoco Station — seen with 
Cindy or the boys — plans on the Service or marriage. 

Activities : Football 3. 

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Ambition personified 




OK boys, the coast is 
clear. 







So everybody happy? 




The Leaning Tower of 
Dickson. 




JANE GRACE DEIGHTON 

Janey — "How you bees?" — secretly desires to own 
Bernard's — pet peeve: Janey's never peeved — likes 
sleeping, Mr. Harrell's jokes, chocolate cake, and Ron- 
nie, Ronnie, Ronnie — dislikes dirty cars, dungarees, and 
cowboy pictures — seen working for Daddy and at 
Ronnie's house — seen with Kit, Bren, Kathy, Ron — 
You'll never guess Janey's plans. 

Activities : Volley Ball 1. 



HENRY DICKSON JR. 

Butch — "Ain't that ducky!" — secretly desires to be a 
millionaire — pet peeve: that emphatic "NO" when he 
asks for the car — likes pizza, lobster, fried clams, 
and milk — dislikes English — seen at Tassy's or In- 
land's with Tracy, John. Dave, Warren, and Bill — 
likes sister's Ford — Bentley School of Accounting 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3; Graduation Committee for Decorations; 
Radio Club 1, 2. 



DENIS DYER 

Diapers — "I don't care!" — secretly desires — oh, how 
naughty, Denis! — pet peeve: school — likes hunting and 
that certain girl — dislikes working — seen in Kingston 
and at "her" house — seen with Steve, Joe, Kenny, and 
Dick — drives a Cadillac! — either college or Navy bound. 

Activities : Football 2 ; Baseball 1. 





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Whistle while you work. 




All right, I'm leaving. 



ERIC GUSTAF ENGSTROM 

Gustaf — "Bull!" — He secretly desires to own a chopped 
and channeled '32 Ford roadster with a Chevy engine — 
wow! — pet peeve: Mrs. Urann's English tests — likes 
cars, especially Bussolari's — those art classes — dis- 
likes pizza, Plymouths, and junked-up cars — future 
plans ? art school, of course — look for him anywhere 
and everywhere with brother Dave, Jock, Dave R. — 
that hot red '51 Plymouth station wagon. 

Activities: Banker 1; S.A.S. 3; Radio Club 1, 2, 3 ; Ticket Seller 3; 
Pilgrim Staff — Co-Editor of Art; Band 1; Dance Committees 1, 2, 
3 ; Jr. Prom. 





LINDA JANE ESTES 

Lin — "Gunga Din" — secretly desires to live a week 
without a worry — pet peeve: boys who can't dance — 
likes sports, "Rollo", dancing, clothes, and the op- 
posite sex — dislikes people who are late, and study 
hall — seen at Tassy's, Gambini's, and working at 
Smiths — seen with Lyn, Marcia, and the Van Twinkles 
— Bridgewater State Teacher's College. 

Activities : Lab Staff 1 ; Latin Club 1 ; Pilgrim Staff 2, Business 
Manager 3 ; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3 ; Field Hockey 1, 3 ; Basket- 
ball 2, 3 ; Tennis 3 ; Softball 2, 3 ; Volley Ball 2. 




Telephone, Telegraph, 
Telawoman. 




AKEEYAH FERNANDES 

Kiki — "Sway!" — secretly desires to get to know a 
certain someone from Wareham a little better — pet 
peeve: Janie's teasing — likes dancing and clothes — 
dislikes sloppy dressers — seen at Gambini's or on the 
Cape with Jan, Margie, and Reggie — Kiki thinks she 
might like to join the Air Force. 

Activities : Office Assistant 3 ; Ticket Seller 3 ; Pilgrim Staff 3 ; 
Dance Committee 3 ; Basketball 1, 2 : Volley Ball 2. 




This is mine. 




GENE CAROLYN FERRI 

Genie — "Don't worry about it!" — secretly desires to 
date a certain someone — pet peeve: Terri talking 
about Denny — likes lobster and babysitting for Ricky — 
dislikes homework and riding buses — seen at 3 Court 
Street or driving a '57 Ford — seen with Jeanette, Pearl, 
Judy, and Terri — Genie plans to retire at 18 — Good 
Luck! 

Activities : Honor Group 3 ; Office Assistant 1 ; Ticket Seller 1 : 
Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Dance Committee 3 : Music Committee for Gradua- 
tion. 




Want a bite ? 




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KATHLEEN ROSE FOHRDER 

Kathy — "How should I know?" — secretly desires to be 
able to get away with chewing gum in Mrs. Gardner's 
room — pet peeve: being called "girlie" — likes Wayne, 
pizza, and doubling with Peg and Pete — dislikes the 
changes in Plymouth High — seen with the girls and, 
or course, Wayne — at the movie and the bowling 
alley — Kathy plans to continue working at Loring's 
and to marry. 

Activities : Ten-Cent-A-VVeek Collector 1, 2, 3. 



YVONNE BURDETT FOREST 

Vonnie — "I'm comin'." — secretly desires to go to Ha- 
waii on her honeymoon — pet peeve: conceited boys — 
likes tall boys, chocolate frappes, and L. T. — dislikes 
shoes — seen in North Plymouth or working at Wool- 
worth's — seen with Bev, Brenda, Pauline, Carole and 
Lee — Vonnie plans to enter hairdressing school. 

Activities: Banker 3; S.A.S. 3; Pilgrim Staff 3: Dance Committees 
2, 3 ; Jr. Prom General Committee 2. 




Cafeteria is crowded 
again. 



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Hard working girl. 



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BARBARA JOAN FORNI 

Barbie — "What am I going to do?" — secretly desires 
to see Fabian in person — likes Phil, coffee frappes, 
pizza, and Mr. Holmes — dislikes gym, getting up, food 
in general — seen at Gambini's or Tassy's with Phil 
or the Van Twinkles — Barbie is still undecided about 
the future. 

Activities: Pilgrim Staff 3. 

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Picture of things to come. 










Pretty soon I'll use a ball. 




Between class break. 




It's who's up front that 
counts. 




JAMES LEONARD FORTINI 

Jim — "Going to the links today?" — Secretly desires to 
hit a golf ball 300 yards with a hockey stick — pet 
peeve: French — likes golf, hockey, "Ma", and Mr. 
Harrell — dislikes the school cafeteria and homework — 
seen at the Plymouth Country Club and Joe Grecco's 
with Den, Jim, Paul, Don and Mark. 

Activities: lOc-a-vveek collector 1. 



KENNETH RICHARD FORTINI 

Beans — "You're crazy!" — Secretly desires to become 
an Admiral in the Navy — pet peeve: always being 
broke — likes cars, pool, and money — dislikes study 
hall, homework, and English — seen at the Rat Hole 
with Ken, Art, Stan, and Van — Navy, here I come! 

Activities: Radio Club 1, 2, 3; Ticket Sellers 1, 2. 



RONALD EDWARD FRAZIER 

Ronny — "Joe Coolie!" — secretly desires to get on high- 
est honors — likes Sinatra, Dickie's laugh, and Sandy's 
pony tail — dislikes "goofy" girls — pet peeve: that cer- 
tain junior cheerleader — seen at Jay's, Tassy's, and 
Dickie's station with Doug, Jim, Renato, and Doug — 
oh, to beat Doug at Billiards — Ronny plans to join 
the service. 

Activities: Glee Club 1, 2. 



BARBARA LOUISE FULLER 

Barbie — "Oh, sugar!" — seen with Peggy, Lorry, Margie, 
and Linda — to give a shoeman a hard time — loves 
steak, sugar doughnuts, ice cream, and "him" — doesn't 
like people who say, "Where's your homelesson? I 
need it!" — seen slaving at Tedeschi's — plans to go to 
college and marry that certain someone. 

Activities: Bank Teller 2, 3; S.A.S. 2, 3; Pilgrim Staff 3; Dance 
Committee 2. 




Just made a big sale. 





SUSAN KATHERINE GELLAR 

Suky — "You better believe it!" — seen with Jan, Ginny, 
Jo, Jim, Stevie, Gary, and Johnny — likes riding in the 
black 1950 Chev — to own and build a hot rod out of a 
'32 Ford — "Ma" Urann fan — seen working at Gellar's 
Snack Bar — pet peeve: 3rd period study — headed for 
art school. 

Activities: Pilgrim Staff 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3; Score Keeper. 

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Hi, everybody! 




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VICTORIA ROSE GHERINGHELLI 

Vicki — "No sweat" — Always smiling — seen with Pam, 
Anne, Kate, Stevie, Gail, and "Woody" — likes riding 
around in her '55 Merc. — a '48 Ford with a certain 
mechanic — Secret desire. 'To pull the fire alarm during 
lunch — seen eating potato chips at the Monomet Youth 
Club. 

Activities : Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Dance Committee 2, 3. 



What an appetite! 




PATRICIA ANN GHIDONI 

Pat — "Tsh, Chee-e-e!" — Always smiling — secret desire: 
to own a chehuahua, and go to Italy — pet peeve: 
getting up early Monday mornings — likes Kay, pizza, 
Jf'rencn fries, clothes and chocolate sundries — dislikes 
conceited people — future plans: marry Ray, secretarial 
work — seen at the "Sherman Ranch," South Wey- 
mouth — seen with Ray, Dickie M., Bev, Vonnie and 
Peggy — petite and cute. 

Activities: Pilgrim Staff 3; Graduation Decoration Committee. 



LAURIE ANNE GOODWIN 

"I'm crazy, I really am!" — cute cheerleader — seen with 
Linda, "Judy Bee," Jackie, Brenda, (jail, and Mike — 
likes Mr. Harrell, linguica and ot course, short hoys — 
headed for college (U. of R. I.) — pet peeve: boy's that 
can't dance — one of Mrs. Whiting's little helpers. 

Activities: Hank Teller 2, 3; National Honor Society 2, 3; Honor 
Group 3; Office Assistant 3; Cheerleader 3; Marching Girls 1. 2; 
S.A.S. 3; Class Treasurer 3: Science Hair Winner 2: l_,ab Staff 1; 
Latin Club 1 ; Press Club 1 , Hank 3 ; Girl's Slate 2 : Pilgrim Staff 
1, 2, 3 ; Editor 2, 3 ; Dance Committee 2, 3 ; General Committee 2 ; 
Field Hockey 1. 2; Basketball 1, 2; Softball 1; Vollev Ball 2; Glee 
Club 1 ; S.A.S. Typist. 




'Ray" dreamer. 




Oh shucks, I'm not shy. 





ALLEN NORMAN GRIFFIN 

Griff — "How much do you wanna bet?" — secretly de- 
sires to be the first Mayor of Manomet — pet peeve: 
cars without radios — liKes girls, luamomet, Caumacs, 
and food in general — dislikes school, homework, and 
split recesses — seen most anywhere in Manomet with 
the Pine Mill Billies — plans to attend Radio & T. V. 
Broadcasting School. 

Activities : Press Club 3 ; Radio Club 2, 3 ; Glee Club 2. 



SUSAN GROETZINGER 

Sue — "Oh, Chickie" — seen with Chickie, Wendy, An- 
nette, and Linda — found in Chiltonville" driving her '55 
Ford Station Wagon — secret desire: to get 100' '< in 
math — dislikes busy work, Lawrence Welk — likes sleep- 
ing late, eating, Frank Sinatra. 

Activities : Ten-Cent-a-Week Collector 3 : National Honor Society 
2. 3: Biology Science Seminar; Pilgrim Staff, Literary Co-Editor 3. 

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The Neverely Brothers. 







Come on, let go! 







MARY CLAIRE GUARALDI 

Mary — "I'm hungry" — seen at Gambini's with Barbie, 
Linda, Kathy, and the Van Twinkles — likes food, 
clotnes, and Erankie Avalon — secret desire: to travel 
around the world — plans to enter nursing — dislikes 
customers who don't know their own minds — Mary, 
"What's playing at the movies?" 

Activities: Pilgrim Staff 3; Dance Committees 2, 3; Field Hockey 
3 ; Softball 3. 




Eat, drink, and be merry. 




Here, I'll show you how. 

N^HlBSBBiiXaSBiHM 




ANDREW JAMES GUERRA 

Gus: — "Three cheers! C'Est la vie!" — our president — 
secretely desires an A in English — What's the attrac- 
tion on the Gape, Gus ? — to go to Business Gollege — 
wants a senior corridor — Are tnere any volunteers? — 
S.A.S. fan — tnose cool shoes — seen witn Dot, Dick, 
Mike, Don, Tom, and Bob — that poor Chev. 

Activities : Bankers 2 ; Ten-Cent-a-Week Collector 1, 2, 3 ; S.A.S. 
1, 2, 3 ; Ticket Seller 2, 3 ; Pilgrim Staff 1, 2, 3 ; Dance Commit- 
tees 1, 2, 3 ; Jr. Prom — General Committee 2 ; Basketball 1 ; Base- 
ball 1, 2 ; Vice-President 1 ; President 2, 3. 



JUDITH ANN VERONICA GUERRA 

Blue eyes — "Let's have a party!" — oh, to have long, 
straight, black hair — seen with B. B., Mary, Sandra, 
the girls, and Joey — likes riding in that '57 Mercury 
— Doesn't like jealous boys — wants to be an interior 
decorator in California. 

Activities : Glee Club 2. 





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Help! 




JUDITH ANN GUIDETTI 

Judy — "C'est la vie" — likes to write notes in class — 
seen with Peter, Coot, Pearl, J V., Kathy, Nancy, Bren, 
and Debbie — dislikes homework and getting up in the 
morning — secret desire: a secret — would like to own 
a white Thunderbird — pet peeve: being lectured — 
seen working in Balboni's or walking with Peter. 

Activities : Ten-cent-a-week collector 3 ; Pilgrim Staff 2, 3 ; Glee 
Club 2 ; Program Handler 2. 




Not bad. 




MARTIN KENT GUNTHER 

Marty — "You know" — has a special yen to play all 
the record albums in Angie's — likes to sleep late — 
hates all bossy teachers — a North Plymouth guy — 
headed for either army or East Coast Aeronautical 
Tech. — seen with the Worm, Jimmy, Bill, Tim, and 
Charlie — the shy type. 

Activities : Football 1, 2. 



Termites! 








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BENJAMIN HALL 

Ben — -"What's the scoop?" — Oh, to have a million dol- 
lars — that '32 roadster — his pet peeve is his brother 
Bob — he likes blondes (real ones) — headed for the 
service after graduation — hates homelessons — seen 
everywhere, with Ralph, Bill, and the Green Mountain 
Boys. 

Activities : Press Club 3 ; Ticket Sellers 2. 



ROBERT SHERWOOD HALL, JR. 

Whitey — "Chock it up to fate." — always happy — secret 
desire: to be a beatnik for a year — doesn't work, 
doesn't want to — pet peeve: Joe and Renato's ranking 
— likes sports, jazz, and eating — pretty eyes, and oh, 
so tall — dislikes getting up for school in the morn- 
ing — Air Force or business school — seen riding with 
Fuzzy when he's not playing football or basketball — 
seen with Joe, Fuzzy, Renato, and Stan — drives a 1969 
T-bird. 



Activities: Football 1. 2. 3: Basketball 1. 
Ball 2 ; Glee Club 1, 2. 



Baseball 1 ; Volley 



DAVID HARRINGTON HALUNEN 

Davie — "Oh, boy!" — secret desire: go to Scandinavia 
and marry a million dollars — pet peeve: girls who 
think too much of themselves — likes driving, hunting, 
travel — dislikes homework, hunters who shoot phea- 
sants — plans a future in the U. S. Coast Guard — 
seen with the Chiltonville Militia — with Ken, Dick, 
John, Bill, Don, Poke — his blue Rambler wagon. 

Activities: Bank 1 ; Radio Club 1, 2; Track 2, 3. 



LINDA MAY HARLOW 

Lin — "Ya, I know, but . . ." — secret desire: marriage 
and three kids — pet peeve: people who say, "Are you 
and Margaret sisters?" — likes pizza, clothes, second 
period study — dislikes getting up early, people who 
stack lockers, homework — to be an elementary school 
teacher — seen at Gam's — with Judy, Laurie, Margaret, 
Barbie, Annette, Chickie. 

Activities : Honor Group 3 : Lab Staff 1 ; Latin Club 1 ; Pilgrim 
Staff 3; Basketball Manager 2, 3: Volley Ball 2; Glee Club 1, 2: 
Class Motto Committee. 



Rigor Mortis. 




Good-bye, cruel world 




So, who's running against 




Looking at the Rogue's 
Gallery. 




MARGARET WINSLOW HARLOW 

"But, Honey!" — secret desire: make a career of the 
A & P — pet peeve: people who call her "Maggie"- — 
likes pizza, cheeseburgers, steak, a certain '47 Ply- 
mouth — dislikes fussy grocery shoppers, boring people 
— future medical secretary — seen at the A & P — 
with Gail, Linda, Barbie and Dave — in a "Gray Ghost". 

Activities : Honor Group 3 : Office Worker 3 ; Latin Club 1 : Volley 
Ball 2. 

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Can't see without them. 



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But I don't want to swap! 




WAYNE MORRIS HASKINS 

Marlon — seen with Ginny, Al, Ray, and Don — dislikes 
Chem. and math tests — plans to enter Coast Guard 
Academy — secret desire: to take a trip to Canada on 
his motorcycle, the '55 Harley Davidson, that is — likes 
hamburgers and frappes — seen at Scrambles and on 
Mayflower II. 

Activities : Dance Committee 2, 3. 



Making 1 her fortune. 



NANCY HATHAWAY 

Nance — "Oh . . . Honey!" — Secretly desires to sail 
around the world on a raft — pet peeve: no mail on 
Sundays — likes sailing, writing letters, dancing, and 
phone calls — dislikes corny jokes, windless days, so 
few vacations — seen at the P. Y. C, Jordon Hospital 
Lab, and Leland's with Jackie, Swifty, and Judy Bee — 
drives a blown-up roller skate — Bates bound. 

Activities: Honor Group 3: Marching Girls 1, 2, 3; Science Fair 
Winner 1, 2 ; Biolog-y Science Seminar 3 ; Lab Staff 1 ; Latin Club 
1; Pilgrim Staff 1, 2, *3 ; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3 ; Field Hockey 
2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; *Co-Editor of Senior Specials. 




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How about a stepladder. 



RUTHANNE HOLMAN 

Chickie — "Oh, no!" — secret desire: to be a singer on 
Broadway — hates people who are always late — liken 
French fries, second study period, Miss Jacques — dis- 
likes spiders — to be a nurse in Africa — a Chiltonville 
girl — seen at Gambini's, Plimoth Plantation — seen 
with Susan, Linda, Wendy, and Annette. 

Activities: Honor Group 3: S.A.S. 1; Latin Club 1: Pilgrim Staff 
3 ; Basketball 1 ; Manager Girls 3 ; Volley Ball 2. 





Oh, It's messed up again. 



CLAUDIA RUTH HOLMES 

Claude — "How do you know?" — secret desires: to go to 
Hawaii; get her license — pet peeve: arguing with 
David — likes cheeseburgers, French fries, pizzas, Mrs. 
Raymond — dislikes punctuation tests, people who are 
late, not eating lunch — future: maybe a business 
school — seen at Tassy's with the Van Twinkles — 
seen with Mary, Helen, Ruth. 

Activities: lOc-a-week Collector 1 ; Pilgrim Staff 2; Library Staff 2. 





Last one off. 



GORDON MATTHEW HOLMES 

"Let's go hunting" — seen with Dan, Don, Bill, and 
Linda — Air Force bound — pet peeve: girls who try to 
run a boy's life — dislikes school — wants to own a 
helicoptor — seen in a '52 black Chevy — likes cars and 
going out with the guys. 

Activities: Baseball 2. 



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HELEN EDWIDGE HOLMES 

Helen — "What?" — Secret desire: marry a millionaire 
and take a trip to England — pet peeve: being called 
"Holmesie" — likes to eat pizza, talk in 7th period 
study — dislikes Mr. Pyle's jokes, walking instead of 
riding — future: business school — seen at Gambini's 
with Claudia, Mary, and Ruthie — seen driving her 
brother's car. 

Activities : Library Staff 1. 




So, who reads signs. 




CHARLES FRANCIS JESSE 

Charlie — "Joe Coolie" — secretly desires to place a 
certain '36 on the road — seen with Renato and Whitey 
— What goes on at those weekend parties? — Uncle 
Sam will call after graduation — seen with Fran, Tav, 
Maz, Billy, Jug, Earl, Don, and the rest of the guys — 
Peter Pan. 

Activities: S.A.S. 2. 



NANCY FLORENCE JOHNSON 

Nancy — "Oh, no!" — would like to have her own car — 
a new wardrobe of expensive clothes — likes pizza, gen- 
eral clerical, and that certain someone from Hanson — 
seen at Gambini's with Hope, Carlo, Gretchen, Suzie, 
and Judy — a future hairdresser — Frank, Frank! — dis- 
likes homework, conceited boys, history, and Monday 
mornings — pet peeves: getting up early on Saturday 
mornings, young sister. 




Half an octopus. 




Pause that refreshes. 




JACQUELINE BETTY KELLER 

Jackie — "Oh, fiddlesticks!" — our head Drum Majorette 
— secret desire: Can't tell you, it's a secret — pet peeve: 
a car that won't start when she's in a hurry — good 
dresser — likes a certain World Lit teacher's jokes, play- 
ing golf, and sitting on a pillow in school — dislikes 
getting up in the morning, rainy Saturdays — future 
plans: college and teaching — seen coming into 301 at 
7:59 A. M. — seen with Nancy, Marcia, Judy, Laurie, 
and Dottie — Drives a '51 gray Plymouth convertible — 
"Come on, Peanuts!" 

Activities : Banker 1, 2, 3 ; Natinoal Honor Society 2. 3 ; Honor 
Group 3 ; Office Worker 3 ; Marching Girls 1, 2, 3 ; S.A.S. Secretary 
3; Science Fair Winner 1, 2; Latin Club 1; Press Club 1; Pilgrim 
Staff 1,2,3; Dance Committees 2, 3 ; Field Hockey 1, 2 ; Basketball 
1, 2, 3 ; Biology Experimenter's Council 1. 




•The Cushion Kid" 




BRIAN DAVID KENDRICK 

Gato — "Let's split" — to have the world's largest record 
collection — likes jazz, darkness, and spinach — bound 
for New Orleans to live a life of ease — seen with Chick, 
Frank, and Fuzzy at Del's or Seaside — dislikes pe- 
roxide, lipstick, tests, and Lawrence Welk — pet peeve: 
7th period study — awfully quiet — a Rembrandt of '60. 

Activities: Art Awards 2, 3; Decoration Committee for Graduation: 
Pilgrim Staff 3. 




Full of life. 



Use Dash in your 
automatic. 




WILLIAM ARTHUR KITCHEN 

Kitch — "Aw, Shucks" — "No guff"- — pet peeve: terror 
of 3rd floor, "Ma" — dislikes stupid tourists, school — 
would like to be super super aboard Mayflower — a 
future mechanical engineer — likes Fuzzy, dancing, and 
good times — seen with Don, Dave, Ken, Dick and Deko 
at the Canoe Club — seen at Pete's, Leland's or bowling 
— drives '58 Red Streak Pontiac. 

Activities: Banker 3; Radio Club 2; Band 2, 3; Dance Committee 
2 ; Track 2, 3 ; Cross Country 3. 



KATHERINE ELIZABETH LITTLE 

Kit — "Thanks, thanks a load!" — would like to enroll 
in an all-boys school — pet peeve: not being able to 
chew gum in school — plans to enter nursing program 
at Brockton City Hospital — seen anywhere and every- 
where with Janey, Bren, Dee, and the gang — likes 
pizza, "Ma", "Cap", gum and boys — dislikes being call- 
ed "Kitty" or "Katrina Liz." 

Activities : Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3 ; Field Hockey 
1, 2 ; Softball 1, 2 ; Volley Ball 2 ; Glee Club 1. 




Hope the bed holds up. 




Woman! 




DONIVEE LOPRESTI 

Dee — "Oh, well" — would like to revise school system — 
likes "Ma", recess, Henry, and getting in and out of 
trouble — room 101 peeves her — dislikes Mr. Young's 
rats, 5th period study, tests, gym — seen at hospital, 
Manomet Youth Club, with the Manomet crowd, on 
1st floor, and with Kit and Henry — to be a nurse — 
loves that '50 Merc. 

Activities: Dance Committees 1, 2, 3 ; Glee Club 1. 



Rebel Rouser! 



DON ACHILLE MACCAFERRI 

Gook — "That's the breaks" — secret desire: secret — 
likes dogs, linguica sandwiches, Mr. Desisto, food and 
sports — Who's J. B. ? — dislikes talkative girls, getting 
up for school and sprints at practice — seen at College 
Pond and everywhere with Silva, Souza, Rego, Gus, 
Scanlon and Spoolie — headed for engineering school — 
seen driving a '56 Chevy beachwagon. 

Activities: Banker 1; Ten-Cent-A-Week Collector 1, 2; Pilgrim 
Staff 1, 3 ; Football 2, 3 ; Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; Track 1, 2, 3 ; Cross 
Country 1 ; Volley Ball 2. 





The bigger they are . . 



RICHARD ALFRED MARINELLA 

Dick — "Don't sweat it!" - loves those girls — fourth 
period — to desert Plymouth — seen with Pat & Ray and 
the Van Twinkle Chasers — cool driver in that blue '51 
Plymouth — doesn't like dramatic girls, public opinion 
and gossip — seen wherever the Plymouth will take 
him. 

Activities : Office Messenger 3 ; Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Dance Commit- 
tee 3 ; Volley Ball 2. 








ROBERT MARINELLA 

Bob — "Don't sweat it!" — secret desire: to be an Ad- 
miral on an aircraft carrier — hot fudge sundaes, girls, 
pizza, and Mrs. Bagnall — seen at Ruth Ann's, Manomet 
Youth Club, and at the movies on Friday nights with 
Dave, Pete, and Al — Navy, here I come! — pet peeve: 
not being able to talk in study — that '59 Chev.; too 
bad it's Ma's. 



DEBORAH ANN MARSH 

Debbie — "Heaven Forbid!" — secret desire: to leave 
Manomet and travel — seen at Tassy's with the Van 
Twinkles — oh, those bus drivers who speed and girls 
who gossip — likes tall boys and spaghetti — pet peeve: 
"The Nose" — to business school — with Lillian, Bev, 
Jeanne, Pauline, and Mary — Oh, that '48 Plvmouth 
"Bomber"! 

Activities: Bank Teller 2: Ten-Cent-A-Week Collector 1, 2, 3: 
Honor Group 3 ; Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Dance Committee 1, 2. 




"Whata ya mean, 'Are 
they bittin!' " 




Yep, they're still there. 




BRUCE ARTHUR MARTIN 

"Fuzzy" — where seen? everywhere — seen with Stan, 
Whitey, Mick, a nd Gato — future plans: to be a Califor- 
nia beatnik — pet peeve: People who don't dig ab- 
stracts! — driving' in his '49 Ford — likes jazz, motor- 
cycles, and life in general — Oh, that 7th period study! 
— dislikes nervous people — secret desire: to grow a 
beard — trips to Boston — What's Fuzzy's favorite say- 
ing? 



GAIL ELIZABETH MARTIN 

Gail — "You Know" — to have a little girl named Cheryl 
Ann — pet peeve: getting up in the morning — seen at 
Jordon Hospital and in a '50 Ford — likes arguments 
with Mr. Harrell and trips to New Hampshire — with 
Maggie, Pauline, Claudia, Vicki, and Walt — dislikes 
teachers who mark unfairly — to marry a certain guy. 

Activities: Bank Teller 3: Office Assistant 3; Ticket Seller 1. 




Beat. 




Wally, are you in there ? 




JANICE ANN MARTIN 

Janny — "That did it!" — one of our cheerleaders — to 
be with that certain boy that's in the Marines — 
Frankie's dimples, dancing, boys! boys! boys! — dislikes 
not having a senior corridor — with Ki Ki, Margie, Nan, 
Joyce, Diane, and the girls — to go to beautician school 
with Ki Ki and Margie — seen at Gam's and Tassy's — 
pet peeve: corny people. 

Activities: Cheerleader 2, 3: S.A.S. 3: Pilgrim Staff 3; Dance 
Committee 2, 3 ; Basketball 1 ; Softball 1 : Volley Ball 2 ; Glee Club 
1, 2. 




Cheer leader leader. 




Miss Sink of 1960. 



MARY AGNES MAZALEWSKI 

Maz — "What am I gonna do?" — secret desire: a secret 
— pet peeve: working on Saturday mornings and stay- 
ing after school — likes boys, vanilla frappes, Mr. Har- 
rell, p j. parties, and talking to Dickie — dislikes catty 
girls and third period study — with Sandra, Judy G., 
Judy R., Marie, Joey, Nan, and the girls — seen at 
Tassy's, Brockton, and Hyannis — to be an airline 
hostess and go to California in September. 

Activities: Ticket Seller 2; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3; Basketball 
1 ; Volley Ball 2 ; Library Staff 2 ; Glee Club 1, 2. 




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What a doll. 



LILLIAN KATHLEEN MAZZILLI 

Sister — "What did you say?" — to see the faculty in 
Bermuda shorts — pet peeve: Ronnie and his teasing 
and long lunch lines — seen at Tassy's with Debbie, 
Bev, Jeanne, and Van Twinkles — likes eating, clothes, 
Johnny Mathis, and dancing — dislikes homework, be- 
ing short, straight hair, and conceited people — oh, to 
drive Dad's Chev and that certain Merc. 

Activities: Ticket Seller 2; Pilgrim Staff 2, 3: Dance Committees 
1, 2, 3; Jr. Prom — General Committee; Volley Ball 2. 





Studious type. 





Drag Watcher. 




VERNON ANDREW McGOEF 

Vera — seen with Johnny, Dave, and Bouchie — oh, that 
'52 red & white Merc. — seen everywhere and anywhere 
— pet peeve: bald tires and flats — "What's the Home 
Arts homelesson, Johnny?" — money, money, money, 
and staying out late nights — secret desire: to teach 
English anywhere but Plymouth — future — Uncle Sam 
bound — dislikes English and getting home early. 

Activities: Ten-cent-a-week collector 2. 



EDWARD ARNOLD McKINNON 

Mickey — "Don't sweat it, man!" — seen at Tassy's & 
Costa's Gas Station — one of the First National boys — 
What's down at White Horse Beach ?— that "Wild 
Child" — 48 Merc, convertible — pet peeve: squares that 
don't dig loud pipes — dislikes Ma Urann's tests and 
work in general — seen with Fuzzy, Stan, Fred, Dick, 
Tommy, Dave, and Bob — future plans: Military 
Academy. 

Activities: Cross Country 1. 



Breaking in new help. 



CAROLYN JEAN MISKELLY 

Lyn- — "Seen Bill?" — star athlete — a Fiat fan — Smith's 
— seen around the Girls' Locker room — she's one of 
the Holmes Terrace Clan — Gambini's — with Linda, 
Marsha, and the other "Sisters" — secretly desires 
to play bucket man — Summers are spent teaching 
tennis to small fry. 

Activities: Banker 3: Marching Girls 1, 2, 3; Jr. Prom— General 
Committee: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3 : Basketball 1, 2 ,3 : Tennis 1, 2; 
Softball 1 ; Pilgrim Staff 2 ; Girls' Sports Editor 3. 

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CHARLES PERRY MONIZ 

Charlie — "Hey, Sam, do your Global?" — very shy? — 
secret desire: to own a '53 Merc, convertible — pet 
peeve: 5th period study — nice eyes — likes cars, girls, 
jazz, and pizza — dislikes black coffee, and Chevy pow- 
erglides — future plans: Air Force and marriage — 
nice personality — seen with Roger, Bob, Bill, Marty 
and the guys. 



WILLIAM MORINI 

Bill — ''So what!" — seen slaving at Padovani's Drug 
Store — secret desire: to own a new car — has an in- 
terest in the junior class — pet peeve: nosey girls — 
likes eating, working on the car, and sleeping — dis- 
likes getting up in the morning, and bossy people — 
seen with Barbara, Roger, Marty, and Jim — a real 
nice smile — seen riding around, at the Rat Hole or 
at Skipp's — his '51 Ford. 



EDGAR FRANK MURRAY 

Ed — "What's new?" — likes all girls — dislikes math 
tests — secret desire: to own a 1960 Thunderbird — 
seen roller skating and at the bowling alleys — with 
Allen and Warren — plans for future: unknown — so 
quiet — pet peeve: "Ma" Urann's tests. 



BARBARA LOUISE NELSON 

Barb — "E-e-e-e-e!" — secretly desires to see the ole' 
gang at Saratoga — loves P. J. parties — Paula's looks 
peeve her no end — an old car fan — Tassy's — with Judy, 
Mary, Linda, The Bopper, and the girls — '49 Buick. 

Activities : Glee Club 2. 



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Let's flip to see who 
buys. 




Am I boring you? 




Hope that water stops 
rising. 



ALLAN NIEMI, JR. 

Nemo — seen at George's Gas Station with Jimmy. Al, 
and the guys on Summer Street — seen in a '57 Pontiac 
— headed for service or college — a flirt — likes old 
cars with big overhead motors — "Jeannie with the Light 
Brown Hair." 

Activities: Bank Teller 1: Boy's State 2; Volley Ball 2. 




Surprise. 



ANNE RAFTER NOTINI 

Nancy — "I'm insulted!" — to be a great singer with 7 
kids — likes music, working at Jordan Hospital — that 
lab staff in 101 — Oh, those Friday night parties! — sixth 
period Driver Education — dislikes jazz, homework, and 
skimpy pay checks — pet peeve: being 5'3" — headed for 
nursing school — seen at Jordan Hospital, Manomet, and 
101 — with Sharon, Al, Vickie, Alice, and Manomet kids 
—that '59 Chevie! 

Activities: Biology Science Seminar 2, 3; Lab Staff 1, 2, 3; Radio 
Club 3 ; Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3 ; Volley Ball 2 ; 
Travel Club 1, 2, 3 ; Press Club 3 ; Glee Club 1, 2. 



The morning after the 
night before! 





Ye Old Ancient Mariner. 



WARREN JAMES OTTINO 

Oatsie — headed for the Marines — those long trips to 
R. T. — hates women drivers — Zanello's truck — secretly 
desires a wild, wild life — The Surf Club — homework, 
ugh! — seen with Henry, Bill, and Sam — "Yes, Sir!" — 
Harry's — wants a 100 foot schooner — Marine diploma. 

Activities: Banker 1; Ticket Seller 1, 2; Dance Committees 1, 2; 
Football 1 ; Volley Ball 3. 





SUZANNE PACHECO 

Suzie — to own a red convertible — "I quit!" — pet peeve: 
Pat — that certain Marine — likes pizza and cake — dis- 
likes working after school — planning on office work — 
seen at Leland's, with Jean, Pearl, Jan, Hopie, Cindy, 
and Dottie. 

Activities: Ticket Seller 1, 2: Basketball 1; Volley Ball 2. 




Either bigger desks or 
smaller chairs. 




What's in the bottle ? 



SANDRA ANN PEDRINI 

Sandy — "Go pound tar!" — to drive a certain "hot" Che- 
vie — secret desire: to have 13 kids and to beat Phyllis 
in math — likes teasing Danny and eating — "Why is 
Joyce always picking on me?" — pet peeve: her kid 
sister — dislikes double recess and being called "Shortie" 
— headed for nursing school and marriage — seen at 
Russell Mills Road and at Shwoms' — with Joyce, Sandy, 
Doris, Kathy, and Danny. 

Activities : Banker 3 ; lOc-a-week Collector 2, 3 : National Honor 
Society 2. 3 ; Honor Group 3 : Marching Girls 1, 2, 3 : Science Fail- 
Winner 1, 2: Lab Staff 1, 2; Pilgrim Staff, Senior Special co- 
editor; Dance Committees 1. 2: Field Hockey 2: Glee Club 1, 2. 





WILLIAM GERALD PELLEGRINI 

Bill — "Hey, rich kid!" — Oh, to be a billionaire — seen 
with Ralph, Sam, Ottino, Dune, and Sandra — likes girls 
and driving that 1950 green Ford — seen at Romano's 
Pool Room and Quincy Point — plans to work for Uncle 
Sam. 

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Activities: Football 1. 






'Study" hall! 






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ELINOR ROSEMARIE PERRY 

Elly— -"You know it!" — likes pizzas and Rhode Island 
inhabitants — Elly is our new girl from New Bedford 
High — dislikes conceited boys; homework — secret de- 
sire^ to get a job and live in California — with Tomi, 
Jackie, and Jean. 

Activities : Flower Committee, Graduation. 



MARCIA DIANE POLICOW 

Marsh — "Hurry up, my hair's gettin fuzzy!" — secret 
desire: to understand herself someday — pet peeve: be- 
ing called "Marcy" — likes pink, French fries, Bucky 
and "Stardust" — plans to teach kindergarten — seen at 
Smith's — with Nancy, Fuzz, Linda, Jackie, Joyce, Dotty 
— a red Corvair or a gold Ford — 01' Marsh. 

Activities: Honor Group 3; Marching Girls 1, 2. 3: S.A.S. 1; Class 
Secretary 3 ; Latin Club 1 : Pilgrim Staff 2, 3 : Dance Committee 
1, 2, 3; Jr. Prom General Committee: Basketball 3: Glee Club 1, 2. 




New Bedford's loss. 




All the comforts of home. 




STANLEY JOHN PRATT 

Stan — "Let's go, Let's go!" — a lot of fun — secret de- 
sire: to own a motorcycle — pet peeve: certain Monday 
nights — always riding around — likes food, sports, nice 
cars, and work — dislikes homework, Gook Wagons — 
desires to become a good cook — seen in Manomet and 
Plymouth — with Fuzzy, Whitey, Mickey and Winsor — 
seen driving a '47 Ford — a really great guy. 



DAVID LEROY RANDALL 

Dave — "What's up" — seen with Donna — likes riding in 
that baby blue '56 Plymouth — likes Friday night dates 
and Thunderbirds — secret desire: to keep it a secret — 
hates getting up in the morning — doesn't like short re- 
cesses and snobby girls. 

Activities: Pilgrim Staff 3 : Football 1, 2. 3 ; Track 1. 



PHILLIP CHARLES RAYMOND 

Tote — "Let's went." — works for the Park Department 
— secret desire: to play for the Bruins — likes football, 
hockey, bowling, and frappes — dislikes Joe DeSisto's 
tackling practice — headed for business school — the quiet 
type? — pet peeve: a certain teacher — seen at the bowl- 
ing allev and in town with Dick, Gus, Al, and B. F. — 
his '50 Olds. 




He read the sign wrong! 




"Calling Earth! 
Calling Earth!" 



Activities: Football 1, 
Banker 2. 



2, 3 ; Baseball 1 : Track 2 : Ticket Seller 2 ; 




Right idea, wrong shape! .1 



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Athletic type. 




ROBERT MANUEL REGO 

Rego — "What a sap!" — plans to be a technical engi- 
neer — Oh, those difficult homelessons! — likes pizzas, 
cheeseburgers, sports, sports, and sports and a certain 
girl from Sacred Heart — seen at sports events every- 
where — seen with Dave, Rich, Dick, Mike and espe- 
cially Linda — Richard's Gas Station and Linda's house 
— dislikes popcorn and 3rd period study — oh, that '52 
Chevy — secret desire: to make all his fantastic wishes 
come true. 

Activities: Bank Teller 1, 2; lOe-a-week collector 1, 2, 3; Class 
Officer 1. 2; Pilgrim Staff 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2 ; General Committee 
2 ; Football 1, 2, 3 ; Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 




I want to be a fireman. 



JUDITH ANN ROMANO 

Judie — "Seen anybody?" — "I'll say" — secret desire: to 
go to California — she likes talking to Dickie S. about 
her problems — future uncertain — seen with Mary, Ann, 
Sandra, Linda, and "the girls" — at Tassy's, Brockton, 
Hyannis, or in any available car — 7th period study is 
her Waterloo — that Johnny Mathis — pizza — pet peeve: 
cheering at rainy football games. 

Activities : Cheerleader 2, 3 ; Pilgrim Staff 2, 3 ; Dance Committee 
2, 3 ; Tennis 2 ; Softball 2 ; Volley Ball 2. 




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Plymouth High "dragster" 




Prowler 




CARL WILLIAM ROTH 

Armindo — his secret desire is to own a '57 Lincoln 
Con. — likes "just driving around" — Here he comes, Air 
Force! — seen with Henry, Steve, Bob, Allan — pet peeve: 
those "interruptions" — always bombing around Mano- 
met and White Horse in his "hot" red and white '50 
Chrysler — but when he runs out of gas — "What do 
you say?" 




PAUL MICHAEL RYAN 

George — headed for drafting school — secret desire: to 
own a movin' '39 Ford coupe — he dislikes girls who 
smoke — you can find him with Tommy, Doug, "Van 
Twinkle Chasers", boys out front — "What d'ya say, 
scuff?" — likes working at Samoset Garage — Torrence's 
laugh — '53 green Plymouth — pet peeve: cars without 
radios — some teachers never will laugh — if you want 
him, try outside room 29. 

Activities : Pilgrim Staff 3 ; Volley Ball 2. 



ANN ELIZABETH SAMPSON 

Ski — dislikes "many things" — she can be seen in Brock- 
ton or at Tassy's — those "certain" green eyes — secret 
desire :to go to Europe next year — a Van Twinkle — seen 
with Linda, Paula, Judy R., and the girls — "Oh, my 
gosh, in Boston" — likes Mr. Harrell, Russia, and B. I. — 
future college student — that '53 dark green Chrysler. 




I was held up — by a pole. 



Activities : Cheerleaders 2, 3 
mittees 1, 2. 



S.A.S. representative 1 ; Dance Com- 







MARY THERESA SAMPSON 

Mary Gayle — "Hey, Claudia!" — the secret desire is 
to go out with a certain someone — pet peeve: French — 
likes Mr. Harrell, blue eyes, pizza, and boys — detests 
snakes — future plans: Los Angeles County Hospital, 
California — seen with Pauline, Claudia, Debbie, and 
Van Twinkles — you can find her at Tassy's — that '59 
Renault — short vacations are for the birds. 

Activities : Ticket Seller 2 ; Pilgrim Staff 2. 




Try the pencil taste. 





RICHARD CHARLES SCANLON 

Richie — shy — planning to join the Navy — secret de- 
sire: to own a '60 T-Bird — He likes closing up early 
and going to Skippy's — seen with Mike, Dickie, Sam, 
Beanie, Skip — works at Flying "A" Service Station — 
he spends his leisure time after school at A. D. and 
riding around in his '53 Ford — pet peeve: flat tires at 
10 p.m. — "How are 'ya?" 



JOHN WILLMARTH SEARLES, JR. 

Johnny — "Crazy" — likes "Ma" Urann, Nance, and driv- 
ing that big car — he sure hates to shave every day — 
pet peeve: arguing with teachers — secretly hopes to 
own a baby blue convertible — seen with Nancy, Beal, 
and Rip — at Demolay, C 179, and in his Buick — plans 
to make his career in Math or English — "Hi, Marsh". 

Activities: Ten-Cent-a-Week Collector 1: S.A.S. 1: Class Officer 
1; Latin Club 1 ; Radio Club 1: Pilgrim Staff 1. 2, 3 ; Band 1, 2, 
3 ; Dance Committee 2, 3 : Track 2, 3 ; Cross Country 1 ; Student 
Gov't. Representative. 



HOPE KATHLEEN SHERMAN 

Hopie — "How Cute" — pet peeve: seventh period study 
— likes pizza, strawberry sundaes, and Norman — dis- 
likes catty girls and fire drills — can be found in Taun- 
ton — the little girl in McClellan's — secretly desires to 
be principal of P.H.S. for a day — would like to travel 
after high school. 

Activities : Field Hockey 1 ; Basketball 1. 



RAY LINWOOD SHERMAN 

Admiral — "Whada Ya Say?" — secret desire: to sail the 
Forrestal into Plymouth Harbor — his pet peeve is long 
lunch lines — likes Pat, music that moves, anti-subma- 
rine patrols in an S2F — He hates being away from Pat 
— plans to buy a farm in New Hampshire — you can 
find him at the South Weymouth Naval Air Station — 
seen with Pat (natch), Dickie M. 

Activities: Pilgrim, Co-Editor Literary Staff 3. 




Food for thought! 




Thief!! 




Waiting for the gang. 




Someday "maybe". 



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I'm just a lonely boy. 




Not exactly "Wilt the 
Stilt". 




Gone Ape. 




JOSEPH SILVA 

Joe — "All right" — pet peeve: beatniks — secretly desires 
to get an A in English — likes bowling and girls (from 
S. L.) — would like to be another Cousy — dislikes Eng- 
lish and Doris 0. — can be found at Seaside — what a 
crewcut, Apache style — with Steve, Hex, Kenny, and 
Dyer. 



RICHARD JOSEPH SILVA 

Dick — "Souza, why don't you grow?" — seen with Mike, 
Rich, Spoolie, Tate, and Saundra — his '59 Ford — dis- 
likes Mrs. Urann's English tests, Mr. Harrell's jokes — 
secret desire: to run a sorority house — he likes sports, 
listening to Judy R.'s problems — Saundra — his pet 
peeve is Pilgrims — seen at Scanlon's gas station, 19% 
Oak Street. 

Activities : S.A.S. Representative 2 ; Class Officers 1, 2, 3 ; Dance 
Committees 1, 2 ; Jr. Prom — General Committee 2 ; Football 1, 2, 3 ; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3. 




SANDRA ANN SILVA 

Sandy — seen with Joyce, Sandy, Doris, Marsh, and the 
girls — at Skippy's — plans to attend I.B.M. School — 
she dislikes being short and answering the phone for 
the Taxi — likes a certain Kingston guy and food — that 
Mr. Harrell — pet peeve: Ronnie's insults — her secret 
desire: to go to school for a week in Bermudas and 
slacks — "Get Out!" — likes Mr Wilson, too — Chris. 

Activities : Marching Girls 3 ; Glee Club 2 ; Pilgrim Staff 3. 



ANNETTE FRANCES SIRRICO 

"Creepers!" — her pet peeve is 23 minute lunch periods 
— seen with Delia, Linda, Margaret, Chickie, Charlene 
— ask her most anything about football — secret desire: 
to get a higher mark than Phyllis on a physics test — 
plans to go to college and major in pyschology — she 
likes her twins, pizza — dislikes most T.V. detective 
programs — homework, ugh! — see her at Gambini's or 
the bowling alley. 



Governess. 



Activities : Honor Group 3 ; Latin Club 1 
Staff 1, 3 ; S.A.S. Fund Collector. 



Press Club 3 ; Pilgrim 





1-2 Cha Cha Cha. 



MICHAEL FREDERICK SOUZA 

Mike — "So what?" — likes Sarah Vaughan — '54 Ford 
convertible — college bound — seen at Jabez Corner — 
Stang's — Scanlon's Garage — dislikes grumpy girls — to 
play pro football — L. G. — "Inch" — seen with Rich, Dick- 
ie, Barry, Doug, Ronnie — What happened to your old 
car? — the college crowd. 

Activities: S.A.S. 2. 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Vice- 
President of S.A.S. 2 ; Treasurer of S.A.S. 3 ; President of Varsity 
Club 3 ; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3. 






DAVID ARTHUR STRASSEL 

Dave — likes L. J., food, a certain place in Kingston — 
"Holy Mackerel!" — ambitious? — secret desire: to re.- 
tire after graduation — he plans to go into the Service 
— seen at Tedeschi's and P. F. D. — always with Dave, 
Tom, Mickey, Dick, Paul — he hates getting up in the 
morning — neckties — Who invented school? — has a com- 
mon pet peeve: seventh period study. 



NANCY SWALES 

Nan — "That does it!" — likes writing letters — neaded 
for beautician school — secretly desires to go out with 
a certain someone again — Mrs. Kingman fan — seen 
with Jane, Janny, Joyce, Mary, Sherry, and the girls — 
hates coming to school in bad weather — seen in Brock- 
ton and at Tassy's — "How Cute" — drives a '37 Buick. 

Activities: Dance Committees 2, 3 : Basketball 1 ; Softball 1. 2 : 
Volley Ball 1 ; Glee Club 1, 2. 




That's One Way OUT! 




Bombs away! 





LINDA SUSAN SWARTZ 

Lin — "Oh, to be a blonde!" — hates writing letters — 
plans to attend Becker Junior College — likes to eat — 
dislikes the short recess — "Oh! You crazy nut!" — drives 
a blue Chevie — seen with Estelle, Jeanie, Susan, Kathy, 
and Jimmy — a clothes fiend — our most talkative! 

Activities: Bank Teller 1: Press Club 3.- Pilgrim Staff 2. 



JEAN CAROL SWIFT 

Swifty — most flirtatious -- "Don't worry about the 
little things" — she likes eating, roller skating, sewing 
— seen with Gracie, Estelle, Dottie, and "Boys" — that 
long ride to school every day really gets her — dislikes 
snobby boys — secret desire: for Mr. Pyle to stop teas- 
ing about "Cedar Bushes" — you'll find her bowling in 
Buzzards Bay — pet peeve: no records at recess. 

Activities : S.A.S. 2 ; Pilgrim Staff 2 ; Dance Committees 2, 3 : Fund 
Collector 2, 3. 




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alley, 
with 
sires 
likes 
work 
teeth 



DELIA ANN TALBOT 

-wants to be a florist — she's seen at the bowling 
Yacht Club, Gambini's — "Wow!" — hangs around 
Charlene, Margaret, Annette — She secretly de- 

to go up and down the corridor on roller skates — 

sports, music, and movies — oh, for easy home- 

— pet peeve: dentists who talk while drilling your 

and expect an answer — those long record albums. 




"Now I'm bigger than 
you." 




'Aw come on Mr. Young, 
don't be mad." 




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World Traveler 




Dishpan hands. 




'And what's your Trouble 
son ?" 




"What a view!' 




No, you can't slide down! 




'Boy, she's beautiful! 



DAVID ALLEN TASSINARI 

"Hi, Honey" — secret desire: to spell well — dislikes 
people who talk in whispers or who don't talk much! — 
"What a test" — likes talking, skating, Chinese food — 
headed for teaching — with Margaret, Marcia, Kenny, 
Steve — dislikes girls without lipstick — seen at Cooper's 
Drug, Roll-Land— that '47 "Gray Ghost"— Oh, that 
peppermint stick ice cream! 

Activities: Banker 1, 2, 3 ; S.A.S. 3; Science Fail- Winner 2; Latin 
Club 1 ; Press Club 3 ; Dance Committee 2. 



ROGER MICHAEL TAVARES 

Worm — "My mother" — to have a fast rod — likes cars, 
girls, jazz, rhythm blues — pet peeve: people who think 
they are better than you — bound for technical school — 
Webb, Charlie, Bill, Marty, Pete, Sonny, Doug, Paul — 
dislikes stuck up girls who think they're "it" — seen at 
Skipp's and Angie's. 

Activities: Banker 1. 



ALICE GOODARD TERRY 

Chicken — "Is it pink?" — she hopes America will stay 
free from Communism — she likes motorcycles, books — 
pet peeve: striking labor unions — plans possibly to be 
a psychoanalyst — dislikes homework and getting up in 
the morning — she is seen at Pilgrim Drug — with Gail, 
Anne — that "dream car", a '56 baby blue Ford Fair- 
lane convertible. 

Activities : National Honor Society 2, 3 ; Honor Group 3 ; Office 
Worker 3 ; Science Fair Winner 1, 2 ; Biology Science Seminar 2, 
3 ; Field Hockey 1, 2 ; Basketball 1, 2. 



REGINA MARY JOSEPHEN THIMAS 

Reggie — oh, to live in Hawaii or to be inside a foot- 
ball huddle — "You know what I mean" — seen with Jan, 
Mickey, Shirley, Betty — pet peeve: sisters — future phy- 
sical therapist — seen at the games with the girls or at 
the movies — dislikes Monday mornings, boys who know 
it all — likes pizza, week-end guests — wants her own 
car. 

Activities : Dance Committees 3. 



DAVID WALTER THISSELL 

Dave — "Where'd the road go?" — his "Bret Maverick" 
neckties — Secret desire: to date a certain girl— pet 
peeve: a certain kennel owner — likes horses, hunting, 
hockey, and girls — Is he really shy? — dislikes ducks 
that aren't there, woman drivers — headed for Norwich 
University — seen in Bussolari's car on Lincoln St., at 
horse shows, and at Gellar's — with Tom, Judy, Maj — 
his '54 Buick. 

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DONALD WILLIAM THOMAS 

Deacon — "Forget it!" — Secret desire: to own a heli- 
copter and an infrared 'scope (wonder what for?) — 
pet peeve: people who know it all — likes guns, hunting, 
cars — dislikes rats — Fred D.'s driver — seen around town 
with Dan, Bill, Fred, and Holmes. Headed for Maine. 

Activities: Track 2. 



PAULINE ALICE TIBBETTS 

Polly — "That's beside the point." — Secret desire: to 
ride down the corridor on a scooter — dislikes people 
with a superiority complex — Pet peeve: that mile and 
a quarter walk to school — likes those weekends in Mid- 
dleboro — seen at Tassy's and Bridgewater — with Mary, 
Judy, Anna Mae — That Plymouth! 

Activities: lOc-a-week Collector 1, 2, 3: Ticket Seller 1. 2. 



DONALD BREWSTER TRACY 

Don — "Gee whiz" — likes blondes and long vacations — 
secret desire: to meet Alfred E. Newman on the May- 
flower — pet peeve: quiet study halls — one of Ma's boys 
— dislikes men tourists, Mr. Packard's physics tests, 
work, and school — headed for engineering at the U. 
of Mass. — seen at the drive-in, bowling alley, Lelands, 
Canoe Club, Pete's — with Bill, Dave, Ken, Dick. Deko 
— a '56 red Plymouth cattle wagon (his Red Bomb). 



Activities: Bank Teller 2. 3: Honor Group 3 
Club 2 : Boy's State Representative 2. 



Latin Club 1 : Radio 



JEANIE ANN TRASK 

Jeanie — "Don't worry" — pet peeve: fickle boys and 
sloppy dressers — pizza — likes boys, rock'n'roll, nice cars, 
and a certain boy — secret desire: "Sorry, it's a secret." 
— dislikes getting up in the morning and those crazy 
dreams — campaigning against homework — plans to be 
a beautician — seen at Tassy's with the Van Twinkles, 
Lillian, Debbie, Bonnie. 

Activities : Dance Committees 1, 2, 3. 



"This is an M.G.M. 
Production." 




Coming in for a landing. 





Almost lunch time. 




"Hey, what are you 
doing?" 




PAULA JOAN VACCHINO 

Paula — "Oh, definitely" — likes jazz, Fords, and Mr. 
Harrell — would like to drive a certain '50 Chevy (Does 
she have a license?) — always at Tassy's — pet peeve: 
Roger — with Linda, Ann, and Judy R. — plans to at- 
tend Wilfred Academy — likes to babysit for Mr. Young's 
furry animals. 




Double trouble 













Going over the wall ? 




It's stuck. 




The Payoff! 




JOHN SIMON VERRE 

Johnny — "What's the Applied Science homework, 
Skip?" — to own a fast car — pet peeve: rats in home 
room 101 — likes vanilla frappes and staying out late 
— dislikes Ma's detail tests and second period study — 
plans on working for Uncle Sam (he's in the Navy 
now!) — seen slaving at the People's Market — with Dave, 
Vern, Bouchie, Al — his half of a '51 Ford. 




JEANETTE ANN VICTORIA 

J.V. — "Oh, bolony!" — to be able to talk in 7th period 
study — pet peeve: Mr. Wilson's tests — secret desire: to 
join the Air Force — likes fried clams, pizza, swimming 
— plans for future: Work! Work! Work! — dislikes peo- 
ple who don't mind their own business — seen at W. T. 
Grant's store — with Pearl, Susy, Jean, Carol, Bren, 
Terry, Gene — a '55 Pontiac. 

Activities : Volley Ball 2 ; Basketball 1. 




HAROLD JOSEPH VOLTA 

Harry — "Do you eat grapes ? " — to go with a certain 
girl — Secret desire: to customize his car — dislikes home- 
work and being pushed around — likes bowling, playing 
pool, girls — pet peeve: silly girls — seen at the Rat 
Hole, Garuti's Service Station — with Carol, Paul, Jeanie, 
Steve, Roger, Denny, Dougie, and Tommy — his '57 
Chevy convert. 



'I have NOTHING to 
hide." 



FREDERICK WARREN WALTON, JR. 

Freddie — a real brain — secret desire: to get an A in 
English — likes math, physics, hamburgers — pet peeve: 
girls who are always giggling — dislikes Shakespeare 
and people who laugh at the size of Plymouth Rock — 
headed for engineering school — seen at Plymouth Rock, 
Leland's, biology lab — seen with Witzy, Art, Al, Bob, 
Rich— his '53 Dodge!— "Hey, Foo!" 

Activities : Honor Group 3 ; Biology Science Seminar 2, 3 ; Radio 
Club 2 ; Band 1, 2, 3 ; General Chairman for Graduation 3. 




Out of the frying pan 
into the fire. 



JUDITH ANNE WERNER 

j u dy— secret desire: to own a '60 Caddy— pet peeve: 
7th period study— likes pizza, French fries, coffee ice 
cream sodas— dislikes people who don't mind their own 
business— headed for business school— "How Nice — 
seen at Plymouth beach and North Plymouth— with 
Hopie, Gretchen, Susie, Nancy. 





ALLEN HENRY WIRZBURGER 

Wirtzy — "Hey, Fred, finished your math?" — secret 
desire: to abolish English from the course of studies 
— likes good food, chess, Civil War books — college 
bound — research chemistry — pet peeve: people who 
don't have the right change — dislikes Shakespeare, 
rainy weather, French, and long tests — seen at Vic- 
toria's Store, Siever Field, biology lab, lOc-a-week 
booth — with Freddie, Art, Jim, Ronny. 

Activities: lOc-a-week Collector 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 2, 
3 ; Honor Group 3 ; Biology Science Seminar 2, 3 ; Radio Club 2, 3 ; 
Ticket Seller 1, 2, 3. 



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PATRICIA ANNE WIRZBURGER 

"I don't know!" — Pat — Secret desire is to play the 
drums — dislikes getting up in the morning, 7th period 
study, gym — Pet peeve: people who are late — likes 
food, jazz records, swimming, boys — headed for Quincy 
City Nursing School — seen at Tassy's, Woolworth's. 

Activities: Biology Science Seminar 2, 3; Pilgrim Staff 3: General 
Committee 2. 



The MONEY MAN. 




'You look like someone 
I know!" 




BEVERLY ANN WOOD 

Bev — "Sure, Sure!!" — "Hey-e-e-e" — likes chocolate 
cake, tortellini, and dimples — Pete Mazzilli — seen in 
Carver — always on the telephone — secret desire: to 
own 365 different sweaters — dislikes shoes, anil peopi 
who don't mind their own business — plans to be a sec- 
retary, marriage — pet peeve: too much Brylcreem! — 
seen with Lillian, Debbie, Pat, Yonnie, Pete. 

Activities: Honor Group 3: Office Assistant 3: Ticket Seller 2 ; 
Pilgrim Staff 3; Dance Committee 1, 2. 3; General Committee 2: 
Vollev Ball 2. 



GEORGE ARTHUR WRIGHTINGTON 

Skippy — "Why me!" — seen at the Rat Hole, Shiretown 
Motors — likes pizza, work, and playing pool — secret 
desire is to be a full time mechanic — dislikes shaving 
in the morning — pet peeve: being awakened in Applied 
Science — plans to work in future — seen with the North 
Plymouth boys. 




"Do you have the feeling 
you're being watched ? 





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First come, first served 



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■ 




CLASS POEM 

SUNSET AND DAWN 

The sun is setting in the sky- 
As day is drawing to a close; 
This scene brings tears of sadness nigh; 
The sun, it seems just now arose. 

We,too, now watch a bright sun set 
Upon a blissful day's endeavor; 
A day that's lived and pulsed-and yet 
Brief hours that cannot last forever. 

The future lies before us all, 

As now we seek our goals in life ; 

"We search for guidance, great or small, 

That we may overcome all strife. 

We pray to God with faith and love , 
That all the quests along life's way 
Will be , with aid from up above, 
The conquests of a dawning day. 



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JACQUELINE B.KELLER 



LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 



We, the graduating class of 1960, be- 
ing of sound mind and body, do hereby 
bequeath to : 

Mr. Bongiovanni: a recording to 
start P.A. broadcasts reading "I am 
very sorry to interrupt ..." 

Miss Johnson: an infallible type- 
writer 

Mr. Tavernelli: one well-tuned M-m- 
m-m. 

Miss Jacques : a ruler and scissors di- 
verser l'heure en trois 

Mr. Cappannari: a complete set of 
French curves (B.B.) 

Mr. Packard : a go-cart for a budget- 
minded sports car fan 

Miss Locklin: an automatic timing 
device to shut her back door 

Mr. Wilson : a psychologist's couch so 
that he may psychoanalyze the psycho- 
logical aspects of his psychology stu- 
dents 

Mr. Harrell : a book of fencing rules to 
outdo Mrs. Urann 

Mr. Rogers: a shipment of kangaroos 
to help with the rebounds next year 

Miss Boucher : a world travelogue en- 
titled "You Might Make It" 

Mrs. Gardner: a secretary to assist 
a secretary to help keep her desk ar- 
ranged 

Mr. Pyle: a dictionary eliminating 
the word vague 

Mr. Young: a giant-sized homing 
pigeon to carry him home to New 
Hampshire every weekend 



Mr. Pacheco: wired chairs to startle 
his band members into playing on cue 

Mrs. Urann: a megaphone to carry 
her golden tones throughout the school 

Mrs. Raymond: an unlimited store 
of details for her senior detail tests 

Mrs. Allaire: a tightrope to keep her 
wandering guards in line 

Mrs. Bagnall : a unit of walkie-talkies 
to keep her in touch with her S.A.S. of- 
ficers 

Miss Jones: a rope going halfway to 
the ceiling for weak girls to climb 

Miss Arthur : a scooter that she may 
more easily patrol the corridors during 
lunch 

Mr. Holmes: a bus to transport his 
Navy recruits to Boston 

Miss Albertini: rubber pads on all 
chairs to avoid squeaking 

Mr. Sarson: the first string line of 
the Baltimore Colts 

Mr. DeSisto : a Mercedes Benz for ad- 
vanced Driver Training 

Miss Griffith: a cart to carry her 
books and pocketbook around in 

Mr. Oyer: an adding machine for 
his 16-count deep knee bends 

Mrs. Whiting: a squad of messenger 
boys to do her errands for her 

Mr. Romano: a special device to de- 
tect any football jersey being taken 
from the locker room 

Mrs. Brown: another Bruce Martin 
to confuse her with abstract art 

Mrs. Richardson: room service for 
the milk orders of her students 



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THE IDEAL BOY THE IDEAL GIRL 




Has hair MVlq^tT^T. r^Jahn Searles 

Has eyes Hkel .(. I • /D\m Beal 

Has a nose-liVe. . . A. . . \ Rptt rrazier 

Has a smfle lika Dave Halunen 

Has a phj^HaWTike .j^.Mmerx Rego 

Has a voif e 6fte ^j. j JgH» Verre 

Has a con^le^iQ^'tifee " (\ AljAn Niemi 

Has a disposition like! Diak Marinella 

Has the p ;p of j Bill Kitchen 

Wears clolhtes like ./. 
Has an appeiiie like . \ .•■•/•■■/• • Bob Hall 
Plays foot sail like . . \.y. j- '. Mike Souza 
te . . J . . . .' . Tbm Bussolari 



Enjoys hurrcinW liK 



Dances like 



Has the in 




vid Tassinari 
Allbn Wirzburger 




Has hair li kej. . . . L Beverly Wood 

Has ey£s like !7V . Judith Romano 

Wife, a nose like \ . . « M\jry Mazalewski 

Jackie Keller 

Policow 

irbara Forni 

complexion, of/: ... . Nancy Swales 

Has a Wlk— Hlte '. . . . r.\ Sandra Silva 

Hasl the! spunk~of V Susan Groetzinger 

Hasla disposition like . . j. Nancy Hathaway 

HasNtWi \pep of ./ //•••■ J an i ce Martin 

Can wear clothes like .1.1. .. . Kiki Fernandes 
Has an abpetitje like . . Tictoria Gheringhelli 

Has the ijoise of ..../.. | Judy Billey 

Jane Deighton 
. Ruthanne Holman 



Can danc 



Has a voice l|ke . 



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J.JMV* 




Done Most For P.H.S. 




Most Fun To Be With 



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uxAyt-n. 



Best Dressed 



IjeTii', LflTsiro 



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Most Witty 



Most Likely To Succeed 



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Most Talkative 









Starring in 




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Most Flirtatious 



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Most Intelligent 



Best Looking 



Best Natured 



d OonA\x ^ tAjw 




Best All Around 



(J7)6U^Jl(^ ^C/o 6 cb^s^sr^ 




Best Athletes 



Class Song 

Jngfy US, ®£*rbi t 

with owfy mowing tj^w 
,6ato us to conquer 

J>4& us tftte <fou 
$$ our yrobtems arantct 

3<fe&nottf uw must $trm 

Quraaate to attain* 4 

<9ttrqtta&teare fegpmttgp 
<£ur conquests remain* 



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THE JUNIOR 

CLASS 



OFFICERS 

Front: Peter Gomes, President; Helen Cavicchi, Sec- 
retary; Weston Whiting, Treasurer. Back: Miss Nel- 
lie Locklin, Advisor; Charles Maccaferri, Vice Pres- 
ident. 




The junior year is a most rewarding time 
in high school. This is the year in which the 
students begin to assume some of the more 
important roles of leadership in the school. 
In the beginning of the year the S.A.S. elec- 
tions are held for the juniors as well as the 
seniors. Toward the end of the second mark- 
ing term, elections into the National Honor 
Society are held for juniors. 

Baby, its cold outside! 



The colorful Junior Prom is the most out- 
standing event of the year because of the 
efforts of the student body. 

As the year draws to a close, the students 
review their achievements as juniors and 
look forward to even more in the year to 
come. 





The lineup. 




Itchy nose ? 



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JUNIOR CLASS 



First row: D. Borsari, B. Alves, B. Ball, D. 
Bagnall, H. Broadbent, R. Cadorette, L. De- 
Fabio, H. Cavicchi, M. David, C. Dahl, V. 
Beane, S. Clark. Second row: R. Aldrich-Ames, 
C. Clough, K. Callahan, M. Beauregard, K. 
Enos, K. Ferioli, J. Emond, M. Brigida, B. 
Borgatti, R. Ellis, B. Andrews, L. Govoni, C. 



Carafoli. Third row: P. Barnes, R. Desreus- 
seau, E. Boyer, D. Costa, R. Banzi, S. Bowers, 
P. Bongiovanni, L. Carriera, G. Armstrong, P. 
Crowell, A. Bradley. Fourth row: A. Bouchard, 
R. Dupuis, R. Barnard, J. Carpenter, K. Cavic- 
chi, P. Brewster, B. Campbell. 



Watch the specks! 



Mmm! Comfort. 





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First row: H. Janson, R. Holmes, D. McNary, 
S. Marsh, J. O'Neill, C. Nelson, L. Lane, C. 
Machado, D. Moreau, D. Ottino, B. Policow, K. 
Longhi, D. Parkhurst. Second row: S. Fortini, 
B. Guaraldi, K. Higgins, K. Freyermuth, E. 
Manfredi, T. Fox, B. Fortini, L. Nelson, G. 
Ledo, N. LeCain, L. Nickerson, C. Nickerson, 
R. Gray. Third row: L. Govoni, F. Goldberg, 



M. Guidaboni, D. Fernau, H. Hadaway, C. Mac- 
caferri, A. Natalini, R. Peck, G. McGee, J. 
Patenaude, M. Pierce, N. Parsons, D. Govoni. 
Fourth row: M. Figlioli, P. Leonardi, M. Kap- 
low, D. Pioppi, B. Maffini, R. Ledo, B. Mathias, 
R. Kramer, W. Kriegel, P. Gomes, P. Green, 
R. Guidaboni, F. McGovern. 




First row: G. Sherman, P. Savard, V. Quintal, 
P. Reed, T. Roncarati, E. Sampson, B. Trask, 
N. Rowell, D. Viera, N. Taddia, C. Schneider, 
M. Sampson. Second row: M. Vaughn, P. Pa- 
checo, J. Melanson, M. Hall, S. Shaw, P. Tinti, 
C. Silva, C. Silvia, L. Torrence, D. Stern, R. 
Staniunas, M. Mossey, J. Willis, F. Silvia. 
Third row: W. Sears, S. Rogers, J. Wild, C. 
Roulias, S. Surrey, W. Smith, P. Souza, C. 



Shaw, C. Terry, G. Sherman, J. Fuller, D. 
Reggianni. Fourth row: J. Weeks, S. Viera, H. 
Zucchi, W. Whiting, D. Richardson, D. Swift, 
R. Randall, D. Torrance, R. Travassos, S. 
Souza, D. Reid, W. Watts. Fifth row: R. Ven- 
turi, A. Saunders, F. Zito, J. Shaw, C. Petrell, 
C. Medeiros, R. Raposa, D. Tong, D. Ray- 
mond, J. Taddia. 




Each member of the sophomore class en- 
joys equal opportunity with upperclassmen 
to participate in all school activities. This 
year the sophomores have been very active 
in sports and in the Student Activities So- 
ciety. Their annual event, the Sophomore 
Hop, was planned by the four class officers 



THE SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 



OFFICERS 

Front: Francis Rose, Vice President; Miss Jean- 
ette Jacques, Advisor; Nancy Segal, Secretary- 
Back: Richard Clark, Treasurer; Alton Mattioli, 
President. 



under the guidance of their advisor, Miss 
Jeanette Jacques. Through their participa- 
tion in school activities, the underclassmen 
hope to develop their abilities, to apply their 
knowledge, and to better themselves and 
their school. 




. and then he said 






Return of King Kong 




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Cotton pickin' chicken plucker 



'The biggest one's between my ears. 





First row: S. Almeida, J. Devine, D. Costa, T. David, 
J. DeCost, V. Dallasta, S. Fortini, L. Costa, B. Cor- 
reira, M. Ferrari, J. Feci, D. Cohen, K. Barufaldi, 
L. Cleveland. Second row: A. Collyer, K. Brighton, 
C. Cleveland, D. Bumpus, C. Broadbent, M. Bene- 
vides, N. Burke, N. Bennett, B. Balboni, D. Ferreira, 
S. Fillipini, I. Fratus, B. Conlon, T. Frazier. Third 
row: A. Cavicchi, W. Dries, J. Benevides, J. Calzo- 



lari, L. Buckingham, R. Cotti, J. Bonfiglio, R. Ander- 
son, G. Davidson, E. Broman, P. Diesel, W. Fer- 
reira, E. Dupuis, G. Dawson, R. Almeida, M. Baler. 
Fourth row: B. Bartlett, R. Alberghini, L. Covell, T. 
Dickson, G. Davis, R. Andrews, A. Cadorette, D. 
Baker, D. Engstrom, M. Crowell, W. Dallasta, D. 
Ferazzi, R. Clark, D. Clark, J. Douglas. 



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SOPHOMORE GROUP 



First row: N. Ghidoni, E. Furtado, C. Parks, 
L. Pedrini, J. Furtado, L. Nickerson, D. Newey, 
J. Rapoza, R. Lunt, D. Morgardo, J. Medeiros, 
M. Neri, C. Nicoli, T. Meloni. Second row: 
R. Knight, M. Melanson, D. Grennell, M. Pala- 
vanchi, J. Jesse, L. Morse, M. Hallenbeck, N. 
Hayes, L. Raymond, L. O'Connor, C. LaRocque, 
C. Hathaway, B. Henderson, L. Morey. Third 
row: C. Reed, W. Raymond, D. Ricardo, R. 



Raymond, P. Gill, R. Harding, C. Govoni, D. 
Gonsalves, M. Pincelli, A. Mattioli, J. Gardner. 
Fourth row: T. Maini, W. Furtado, R. Monta- 
nari, A. Perry, P. Giammarco, P. Perrv, L. 
Hart, W. Radcliff, J. Meehan, 0. Holman, M. 
Gress, R. Maraghy. Fifth row: D. Ghidoni, R. 
Knight, R. Keller, P. Gibbs, E. Murray, D. 
Hall, R. Meharg, H. Ghidoni, A. Lacey, W. 
Guerra, C. Holman. 




First row: S. Scanlon, J. Wirzburger, N. Segal, 
M. Stefani, N. Ryan, C. Schneider, K. Thomas, 
L. Silvia, N. Sears, S. Santheson, S. Wood, J. 
Secondo, M. Walton, L. Zarrella. Second row: 
T. Tavares, D. Trepanier, D. Silva, M. Romano, 
J. Rowell, S. Terry, W. Savery, D. Silva, J. 
Wirzburger, D. Russell, J. Vincent, D. Wal- 



lender. Third row: R. Whiting, L. Reggiani, 
C. Shaw, H. West, M. Zanotti, J. Waitt, R. 
Silva, B. Souza, A. Silva, P. Roth, A. Souza, 
R. Rougeau. Fourth row: R. Sampson, L. Sur- 
rey, R. Tetrault, W. Silva, E. Tolonen, R. 
Smith, F. Rose, R. Savery, A. Santos, R. Ro- 
bischeau, D. Salgado. 



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, 



SPECIAL 
ACHIEVEMENTS 



Plymouth High School is proud of its 
students who have distinguished them- 
selves in special achievements. Those who 
participated in Student Government Day 
and in Boys' and Girls' State, and the 
Best Girl Citizen were singled out by both 
their teachers and their classmates for 
particular honor. 




STUDENT GOVERNMENT EXCHANGE DAY 
Front: Marlene Brigida, Judith Billey, Phyllis Cavicchi. 
Back: Charles Maccaferri Miss Phyllis Boucher, Ad- 
visor; Weston Whiting. 




Best Girl Citizen 
sponsored by D.A.R 

Phyllis Cavicchi 



Representative to Girls' State 

Laurie Goodwin 



Representatives to Boys' 
State 

Donald Tracy, Allen Niemi 



Student Government Representative 
and Alternate 

John Searles, Jacqueline Keller 






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Education is a social 





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The high point of our junior year 



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Sweetser's General Store 




Serious work! 




The casual type. 



affairs — and vice versa. 





Officers and their dates. 

JUNIOR PROM 

Palm trees and tropical flowers were the 
setting for our Junior Prom, "Blue Hawaii." 
The girls in formal gowns and the boys in 
white dinner jackets danced to the pleasant 
music of Jay Mando's orchestra. 

One of the highlights of the Prom was the 
traditional Grand March, which was stun- 
ning. 

The evening was a great success, both 
socially and financially. 



The Plymouth Rock Trout Company 



THE PRESS SAYS 



"Full pages of amateur feature photographs 
that vary in size and tonal qualities should be 
avoided." 



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"Do heads vary much in size?" 



"Dramatize small groups showing activities of 
the organization." 




"To get larger head sizes, fill the photogra- 
pher's frame with faces." 





"Are head sizes large enough for reproduction? 




"Avoid the use of miscellaneous snapshots of 
'camera muggers' " 



"Avoid overlighting faces." 



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F. W. Woolworth Co. 



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ACTIVITIES 




to the w*4i known origin*) »» u» coutte 

•Uhw la it «• »t»:»a«»" u» lie reality.) h« j ;y*.,»4 
tw*j~~atij with h hail* «tfs*ge, « iyleUK «. x 
wkir, tltftt am «4 in II««.»«^mm4s«j >vtu *he 

»3*r *ind«*ui wl*«» t».«tW |«o^tm * !>■)>•> I the 
iuo of bk ittfrjr «kj '# U tk . „•»>'*« ih* %».' ig», 
»g»»« » iepatati-w* few |.<ar»V. awoh; th <s$ 

■feat .•MlMng of XaMaonL... • f„r a wre 
p»4 of *t«4y uM.Pmn^km. \\\. | m . ,, | at, 

!«>■>, l**«*«» *|*i^it»f .44 *}h*u,l »m* •,■•<!«! , uj.!y, 
■iilHMil l!i.» bust ..u.j,kv«i ! ..,»,}, ',,<„•' 
iam4m e ,U- 1! -,. „»» .».t wap t . , liV) ,^. m 
4 th-PiM.* «;..? v bins! ami tlMtortutt mm- 
M«r«an. viiih .«!..:,»< thai w< 4 .,.1 ..p»n 

»h«» «b«t, «« r |»{,,i| w f w . f| „,«.„ Wll |, „j tjT ,^ 

*»**•** W » w »ic» «;„. euldwt .lay, militant 

[»n<> f»-»»?in'i.a!»4 4*4. j with cotes that came 
h>wn with a hang, ,«;! *viilphtr.4 ami <mt a 1 * 
Jifjr wrri* witli tf.- k».»«.hm a»4 toiea of for. 
in p>n«-riili.»»H .4 «ch..l iM,~~«!iij« 1 fling in the 
itr mi.i Ikmwh xtaixtiitg upon niHhicr,— ull these 
»ave g.»»f, an4 wo have in their place* nice 
ttrnaee or patent 



Hate* fud Stone, that they should coino to Davis 
11*11, b keen the festival of the Plymouth II w^ 
Sfcho.,!/ 

Fur ho bad taken counsel, and his cl*<S mates, 
*c>i all the punt members in Plymouth to ke«>p 
the 'c*ti?»l in tlie eighth month. 

' r they eoul J not kfp it before bat tim<*. 

ueieutJy. neither lutd the >cboj^^th«jKi them- 
selves together at Plymouth, 

A. id the thing pleased Uojjjaruin and all his 
Khooluiales. 

.S 1 tlmy established a, decree to muko procla- 
tuiuion throughout all Plymouth Jfroui Kings- 
ton line even to Ponds, that they should come 
to Uf|i the festival of the Plymouth High School 
at Plymouth, for it had never hem done in such 
sort. 

P° sls ^Ni*ji" t!l circulars from the 

of Arttlgpments, throughout all 

1, according to the commandment, say- 

^e old tligh School scholars, tarn again 

tcliejs, and they will return to you.'' 



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S.A.S 



OFFICERS 

Front: Brenda Borsari, President; Mrs. 
Helen Bagnell, Advisor; Jacqueline Keller, 
Secretary. Back: Michael Souza, Treasurer; 
Paul Brewster, Vice President. 



S. A. S. 



All Plymouth High students are members 
of the Student Activities Society. The S.A.S. 
has three major objectives: to promote 
school and civic activities, to promote prac- 
tices in good school citizenship, and to pro- 



vide a forum for student expression. 

The annual civic project this year supports 
the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The school 
project will be the presentation of a $200 
scholarship to a senior. 



COUNCIL 

First row: P. Cavicchi, A. Guerra, J. 
Billey, M. Souza, B. Borsari, Mrs. 
Helen Bagnell, Advisor; J. Keller, P. 
Brewster, M. Policow, L. Goodwin, A. 
Belanger. Second row: B. Trask, M. 
David, K. Longhi, V. Quintal, T. Ta- 
vares, C. Silva, E. Furtado, C. Shaw, 
C. Hathaway, C. LaRocque, B. An- 
drews, Y. Forest, M. Brigida. Third 
row: B. Fuller, D. Pioppi, R. Keller, 
T. Maini, B. Souza, K. Ferioli, K. Enos, 
P. Souza, R. Clark, C. Maccaferri, A. 
Mattioli, T. Frazier. 





FUND COLLECTORS 

First row: E. Engstrom, J. Martin, J. 
Swift, Mrs. Helen Bagnell, Advisor; 
M. Policow, A. Sirrico, C. Shaw. Sec- 
ond row: C. LaRocque, K. Longhi, E. 
Furtado, K. Enos, B. Andrews, C. 
Silva, M. David. Third row: M. Brigi- 
da, C. Maccaferri, R. Keller, R. Clark. 
A. Mattioli, P. Souza, D. Pioppi. 



Ceccarelli Cleaners 






NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



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Front: Susan Groetzinger, Secretary; Phyllis 
Cavicchi, Judith Billey, Jacqueline Keller, Pres- 
ident; Sandra Pedrini, Vice President; Allen 
Wirzburger, Laurie Goodwin, Alice Terry. 
Back: Peter Gomes, Katherine Enos, Marlene 



Brigida, Jean Patenaude, Wendy Sears, Wil- 
liam Kriegel, Noelle Parsons, Annette Sirrico, 
F. Warren Walton, Marcia Policow, Nancy 
Hathaway, Charles Maccaferri, Barry Maf- 
fini. 




The National Honor Society looks upon education as a total 
product of four cardinal objectives: scholarship, character, 
leadership, and service. To exalt these aims, the Massasoit 
Chapter of the National Honor Society gives recognition by 
faculty selection to those students who have most nearly at- 
tained the basic goals in education. 



Lighting the torch of learning 




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Front: R. Holman, N. Hathaway, M. Policow, 
A. Sirrico, B. Wood, G. Ferri, J. Cotti. Back: 
P. Cavicchi, J. Keller, A. Terry, S. Pedrini, A. 
Wirzburger, L. Goodwin, M. Harlow, L. Har- 



low, F. Walton, S. Groetzinger, D. Tracy, Mrs. 
Miriam Raymond, Advisor. Absentees: J. 
Billey, D. Marsh. 



GRADUATION ORGANIZERS 



Each year during January, the members of 
the Honor Group are announced. This group 
is composed of those seniors who have main- 
tained a scholastic average of 85 or better 
during their years in high school. The mem- 



bers of the group meet every week from 
February to April to plan and write the 
graduation exercises under the supervision 
of Mrs. Miriam Ravmond. 




First row: R. Holman, N. Hathaway, L. Good- 
win, J. Keller.Middle row: B. Wood, M. Poli- 
cow, A. Sirrico, G. Ferri. Last row: P. Cavic- 
chi, S. Pedrini, A. Terry, S. Groetzinger, A. 



Wirzburger, F. Walton, D. Tracy, J. Cotti, L. 
Harlow, M. Harlow, Mrs. Miriam Ralmond, 
Advisor. Absentees: J. Billey, D. Marsh. 



Kent's Beauty Salon 







OFFICE ASSISTANTS 



Left to right: J. Cotti, L. Goodwin, M. Harlow, J. P. Souza, A. Terry, A. Fernandes, R. Marinella, 
Keller, G. Martin, Mrs. Marian Whiting, Secretary; B. Wood, K. Atwood, H. Broadbent. 



LAB STAFF 



Front row: Glen Dawson, Diane 
Newey, Loretta Correa, Gail Arm- 
strong, Marie Zanotti, Anne Notini. 
Back row: Nancy Hayes, Mr. Clai- 
borne Young, Advisor; Marie Ste- 
fani, Francis Fowler, Katherine 
Brighton, Marcia Walton, Donald 
Baker. 




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RADIO CLUB 



First row: R. Staniunas, D. Salgado, F. 
Rose, R. Montanari, D. Fernau. Second row: 
J. Shaw, R. Banzi, K. Fortini, A. Natalini, 
C. Holman. Third row: M. Brigida, G. Arm- 
strong, J. Patenaude, W. Sears, N. Parsons, 
P. Bongiovanni, A. Wirzburger. Standing: 
E. Littlefield, A. Notini, T. Dickson, R. Bur- 
ton, 0. Holman, R. Kramer, H. Ghidoni, S. 
Bowers, B. Campbell, W. Kriegel, A. Grif- 
fin, J. Meehan, Advisor, Mr. John W. Pack- 
ard. 



Plymouth Men's Shop 



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BIOLOGY SEMINAR 

Front row: Wendy Sears, Jean Patenaude, Pamela Crowell, Noelle Parsons, Mary 
Pierce, Mary Beauregard. Second row: Phyllis Cavicchi, Susan Groetzinger, Beverly 
Bourne, Marlene Brigida, Sandra Pedrini, Loretta Correa, Patricia Wirzburger, Nancy 
Hathaway, Mr. Claiborne Young, Director; Anne Notini. Third row: Ronald Banzi, 
James Taddia, Allen Wirzburger, Paul Bongiovanni, F. Warren Walton, Alfred Be- 
langer, Alice Terry. 

BIOLOGY AND JOURNALISM 



The Biology Science Seminar is an honor 
group in which each member participates on 
his own initiative. The chairman of the week 
directs the meeting, plans activities, and dis- 
tributes assignments to the other members. 
The group reviews current scientific litera- 
ture, discusses biographies of famous scien- 
tists, makes field trips, hears special reports, 
and enjoys presentations of scientific brain 
teasers. 



Because the students of Plymouth High 
have displayed a keen interest in some form 
of journalism, the Press Club was organized 
this year under the direction of Miss Marilyn 
Griffith, Mr. Lawrence Bongiovanni, and 
Mr. Mario Romano. It publicizes school 
events and acquaints the public with our 
activities. News is sent to the Old Colony 
Memorial and the Brockton Enterprise, and 
is also broadcast over the Plymouth radio 
station, WPLM. 




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PRESS CLUB 

Front row: L. Swartz, A. Sirri- 
co, J. Cabral, A. Notini, D. Tas- 
sinari, Miss Marilyn Griffith, 
Advisor; J. Bailey, Editor; J. 
Patenaude, Co-Editor; N. Par- 
sons, Co-Editor; K. Barufaldi, C. 
Carafoli. Second row: N. Ben- 
nett, B. Balboni, B. Henderson, 
N. Segal, V. Beane, T. Fox, D. 
Cohen, C. Broadbent, M. Pincel- 
li, K. Brighton, A. Griffin. Third 
row: P. Diesel, L. Raymond, L. 
Zarella, J. Wirzburger, G. Davis. 
B. Hall, N. Neri, M. Sherman, 
T. Meloni, C. Cleveland. 




BAND 



First row: Mr. John Pacheco, Director; R. Da- 
vis, L. Gavoni, J. Wirzburger, R. Knight, 0. 
Holman, P. Ceccarelli, L. Strassel, D. Newey, 
D. Morgardo, P. Malaguti, S. Fortini. Second 
row: R. Almeida, K. Almeida, E. MacPhee, C. 
Medeiros, B. Campbell, D. Engstrom, D. Sal- 
gado, L. Gray, L. Reggiani, T. Maini, P. Ca- 



vicchi. Third row: W. Whiting, W. Correa, 
R. Kramer, C. Medeiros, L. Doll, D. Borsari, 
R. Banzi, P. Diesel. Fourth row: A. Saunders, 
A. Burton, J. Searles, C. Wall, F. W. Walton, 
D. Tong, W. Kitchen, H. Dickson, W. Kriegel, 
R. Ledo. 




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MARCHING GIRLS 



Front row: S. Almeida, L. Pedrini, D. Costa, 
S. Silva, L. Correa, S. Pedrini, C. Miskelly, D. 
Stern, T. Fox, B. Trask, B. Fortini, G. Ledo. 
Middle row: T. Roncarati, B. Policow, H. Ca- 
vicchi, K. Longhi, M. David, J. Devine, N. Se- 



gal, M. Beauregard, M. Brigida, D. Morgado, 
J. DeCost, John Pacheco, Director. Back row: 
M. Sherman, S. Clark, D. Parkhurst, P. Souza, 
K. Enos, W. Sears, C. Shaw, J. Patenaude, S. 
Rogers, C. Dahl, C. Parks. 



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Linda Estes, Business Manager; Mr. Roland 
Holmes, Advisor; Phyllis Cavicchi, Editor. 



SPORTS 

First row: H. Cavicchi, R. Rego, Editor; L. Mis- 
kelly, Editor; B. Policow. Second row: D. Ran- 
dall, N. Segal, S. Rogers, L. Harlow. Third row: 
C. Maccaferri, D. Maccaferri, T. Bussolari, A. 
Guerra. 



THE 1960 PILGRIM STAFF 



EXECUTIVE BOARD 

Front: Susan Groetzinger, San- 
dra Pedrini, Linda Estes, Phyl- 
lis Cavicchi, Loretta Correa, Ju- 
dith Billey, Laurie Goodwin. 
Back: Robert Rego, Ray Sher- 
man, Lyn Miskelly, Nancy Hath- 
away, Eric Engstrom, Richard 
Marinella. 





First row: Ruthanne Holman. 
Marilyn Neri, Susan Groetzing- 
er, co-editor; Ray Sherman, co- 
editor; Annette Sirrico, Jackie 
Keller. Second row : Wendy 
Sears, Mary Pierce, Jean Pate- 
naude, Bonnie Hutton. Mary 
Beauregard. Third row: Barry 
Maffini, William Kitchen. Xoelle 
Parsons. 



Pepsi Cola Company 









Front row: S. Silva, N. Hathaway, Co-Editor Senior Specials; S. Ped- 
rini, Co-Editor Senior Specials; L. Goodwin, Editor Senior Statistics; 
J. Martin, D. Carreiro. Second row: J. Guidetti, B. Wood, P. Ghidoni, 

A. Fernandes, J. Romano, J. Carvalho. Third row: P. Ryan, D. Casal, 

B. Borsari, J. Cotti, J. Searles, R. Marinella. 



TYPISTS 

Seated: D. Carreiro, P. Baptista. 
Standing: J. Cabral, G. Ferri, J. Cot- 
ti, P. Ghidoni, B. Wood. 



PHOTO AND ART 

First row: P. Chase, A. Notini, J. 
Billey, Art co-editor; E. Engstrom, 
Art co-editor; L. Correa, Photogra- 
phy editor; N. Swales, D. Carreiro. 
Second row: B. Fuller, C. Parks, E. 
Furtado, J. Romano, B. Forni, L. Maz- 
zilli, B. Fortini, D. Stern. Third row: 
P. Wirzburger, T. Roncarati, P. Leo- 
nardi, D. Engstrom, C. Shaw, M. Gua- 
raldi, S. Gellar. 




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BUSINESS 

First row: M. Policow, K. Atwood, B. 
Bourne, L. Estes, Editor; A. Notini, 
P. Wirzburger. Second row: M. Bri- 
gida, C. Cleveland, C. Miskelly, D. 
Ottino, H. Broadbent. Third row: C. 
Maccaferri, K. Brighton, D. Pioppi. 







BANK TELLERS 



First row: C. Miskelly, B. Fuller, Y. Forest, 
D. Tassinari, D. Tracy, W. Kitchen, S. Pedrini, 
L. Goodwin, G. Martin, J. Keller. Second row: 
H. Broadbent, B. Correira, L. Zarella, K. Fe- 
rioli, D. McNary, H. Cavicchi, L. Gavoni, R. 



Cadorette, D. Stern, C. LaRocque, Mrs. Helen 
Bagnell, Advisor. Third row: C. Roulias, W. 
Smith, T. Frazier, R. Whiting, H. Zueehi, R. 
Clark, B. Souza, P. Souza, C. Hathaway, J. 
Furtado. 



FINANCIERS 



Each Wednesday morning the bankers are 
on hand to collect and record the deposits of 
thrifty students. There are two bankers for 
every home room. 

Also in homerooms there are two ten-cent- 



a-week collectors under the direction of Mr. 
Mario Romano. The plan is a unique finan- 
cial program which enables Plymouth High 
School students to enjoy sports at bargain 
prices and also to receive the yearbook free 
at the end of the vear. 



TEN-CENT-A-WEEK COLLECTORS 



First row: S. Groetzinger, S. Pedrini, K. Al- 
meida, R. Rego, A. Wirzburger, A. Guerra, 
K. Atwood, K. Fohrder, P. Tibbetts, J. Gui- 
detti. Second row: P. Cavicchi, D. Stern, J. 
Furtado, D. Parkhurst, K. Remick, V. Dallasta, 



T. Tavares, T. Fox, B. Balboni, P. Tinti, Mr. 
Mario Romano, Advisor. Third row: S. Clark, 
J. Patenaude, M. Neri, J. Taddia, W. Whiting, 
R. Raposa, T. Maini, J. Gardner, S. Viera, F. 
Fowler, D. Costa, L. Carreira. 



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TRAVEL 
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Journeying to far off places 
under the direction of Miss Iris 
Albertini 



JUNIOR ENGLISH 
LIBRARY 

ASSISTANTS 

Junior Library Assistants: First row: 
E. Manfredi, P. Crowell, D. Ottino, C. 
Silva, H. Cavicchi, C. Schneider, D. 
Vierra, M. David. Second row: G. 
Armstrong, M. Beauregard, R. Cado- 
rette, B. Borgatti, C. Machado, J. Wil- 
lis, D. Bagnell, H. Broadbent. Third 
row: N. Parsons, C. Carafoli, B. 
Alves, A. Bradley, B. Andrews, C. 
Shaw, P. Souza. 



The Travel Club, under the guidance of 
Miss Iris Albertini, meets once a month. The 
meetings are planned to give the members a 
picture of life in other countries such as 
Italy, France, and Japan, by lecture and 
movies. 



This year Plymouth High School is again 
fortunate in having an efficient staff of 



junior librarians, for the growing book 
stacks require a well-run organization to 
keep an accurate record of all transactions. 



The Varsity Club consists of those boys 
who have received a letter in any sport. The 
members maintain exhibits in the trophy 
cabinet, and help at games by manning the 
refreshment stands and taking tickets. 



VARSITY 
CLUB 



First row: R. Hall, D. Maccaferri, R. 
Silva, M. Souza, R. Rego, K. Almeida, 
P. Raymond, T. Bussolari. Second 
row: Mr. Mario Romano, Athletic Di- 
rector; W. Whiting, W. Kitchen, C. 
Craig, A. Guerra, D. Beal, J. Searles, 
P. Brewster, P. Perry. Third row: C. 
Maccaferri, A. Natalini, K. Cavicchi, 
R. Travassos, S. Souza, M. Figlioli, 
D. Ferazzi, R. Kramer. Fourth row: 
R. Guidaboni, F. Rose, D. Raymond, 
R. Raposa, G. McGee, P. Gibbs, R. 
Andrews, R. Keller, A. Mattioli. 






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CHEERLEADERS 



"Are you ready ? You bet !" 

The cheering squad is always ready to 
give its eager support to our teams. Whether 
the boys are winning or losing, these ener- 



getic girls in blue and white lend encourage- 
ment until the final buzzer sounds. Their 
pep rallies and clever new cheers help to 
build school spirit. 





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Varsity Football Record 

Plymouth vs. Bridgewater 12-28 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 24-12 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 22-44 

Plymouth vs. Whitman 0-22 

Plymouth vs. Abington 6-14 

Plymouth vs. Falmouth 12-28 

Plymouth vs. Randolph 22-46 

Plymouth vs. Scituate 14-28 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 42-30 





Michael Souza 



Barry Maffini 



Front row: B. Maffini, R. Travassos, A. Mat- 
tioli, R. Rego, M. Souza, R. Silva, S. Souza, 
M. Figlioli, P. Gibbs, B. Guidaboni, P. Ray- 
mond, C. Craig. Second row: R. Hall, R. Kel- 
ler, A. Perry, A. Saunders, P. Brewster, D. 



Maccaferri, M. Cavicchi, R. Raposa, T. Busso- 
lari, A. Natalini. Third row: S. Ide, G. Mc- 
Gee, D. Raymond, D. Ghidoni, D. Hall, R. Clark, 
R. Silva, R. Robischeau, D. Ricardo. 




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THE SEASON'S RECORD 



Bridgewater : Unlike last year's senior team, an 
inexperienced Blue Eagle varsity played host to 
Bridgewater High. In this opening game, Plymouth 
High showed a faltering defensive unit, but Dick 
Silva and Mike Souza led Plymouth fans to expect 
excellent offensive play in coming games. 

Rockland: Plymouth High took revenge on Rock- 
land High for the Bridgewater defeat. The Blue 
Eagles chalked up sixteen first downs and two hun- 
dred and fifty-nine yards rushing. Roger Travassos 
and Mike Figlioli led the Plymouth defense, holding 
Rockland to a minimum of yardage. 



Middleboro: Plymouth played host to Middleboro 
for the third game. The breakaway running of Mid- 
dleboro's Rod Berry and Mike Finneran cracked the 
Blue Eagle defense. Plymouth's thrilling score came 
when Dick Silva threw a thirty-five yard pass to a 
finger-tip catch by Bob Rego. 




Mr. Jack Sarson, Coach: Mr. Joe DeSisto, Asst. 
Coach; Co-Captains: Barry Maffini, Richard Silva, 
Michael Souza; Mr. Henry Crier, Asst. Coach; Mr. 
Mario Romano, Athletic Director. 



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Whitman: Bobby Guidaboni replac- 
ed sidelined Dick Silva in the fourth 
game. Inexperience and Whitman 
dominated Plymouth. An intercepted 
pass and sixty-five yard runback by 
Bobby Rego, produced the only score 
for the Blue Eagles. Unfortunately 
the play was called back by penalty. 



Abington: Bob Guidaboni called the 
signals on the muddy Abington field. 
He threw a pass to Mike Figlioli for 
Plymouth's lone score. Mike Souza 
and Plymouth were robbed of a touch- 
down when the referee called out of 
bounds on what was discovered to be 
the wrong line. 



Falmouth: Plymouth, with five 
men sidelined, met a strong Falmouth 
club for the sixth game. The Blue 
Eagles fought desparately holding 
their opponents in the first half to a 
minimum of points. In the second 
half, however, the Blue Eagles falter- 
ed, and Falmouth broke loose. 



Randolph: In the seventh game, 
Plymouth played host to powerful 
Randolph. Bob DiSimone and all- 
scholastic Phil Carlino proved too 
strong for Plymouth. Plymouth lost 
twice that day, the game and Dick 
Silva when he reinjured his knee and 
never saw action again. 



Scituate: A spirited Scituate team 
played host to the Blue Eagles for 
the eighth game. Led by Bob Guda- 
boni, Plymouth got off to a very good 
start. Suddenly upended by a pass in- 
terception, Plymouth was never the 
same. Scituate dominated the rest of 
the game. 

Silver Lake: A large crowd was on 
hand for the Thanksgiving Day clas- 
sic between Silver Lake High and 
Plymouth High. In a free-scoring 
match, the Blue Eagles downed the 
Lakers in traditional fashion with 
Guidaboni, Keller, Souza, Maffini, 
and Rego flashing for Plymouth. 



COACHES 

Mr. Jack Sarson, Coach; Mr. Mario Romano, Athletic 
Director; Mr. Joseph DeSisto, Asst. Coach. 








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VARSITY BASKETBALL 



First row: F. Rose, W. Whiting, K. Almeida, J. 
Gardner, R. Rego, B. Guidaboni, C. Maccaferri. 
Last row: D. Ferazzi, G. McGee, T. Bussolari, P. 



Bongiovanni, R. Hall, W. Kriegel, D. Maccaferri, 
Mr. Harold Rogers, Coach. 



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VARSITY RECORD 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 51-57 

Plymouth vs. Wareham 52-51 

Plymouth vs. Abington 63-42 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 71-61 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 86-59 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 39-56 

Plymouth vs. Whitman 67-53 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 74-59 

Plymouth vs. Wareham 54-43 

Plymouth vs. Abington 55-60 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 77-74 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 68-49 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 56-60 

Plymouth vs. Whitman 86-62 




The Blue Eagles wound up their 1960 sea- 
son tied with Wareham for second place in 
the Old Colony League. Fans will be looking 
forward to stellar performances from this 
year's sophomore starters Jimmy Gardner 
and David Ferazzi. Francis Rose, another 
sophomore, alternated with Bob Rego, also 
a starter. In the final league standings for 
the year, the Blue Eagles were tied for sec- 
ond place with Wareham with a 10-4 record. 
Plymouth's losses were at the hands of Silver 
Lake twice, Abington and Rockland once. 
Later, Silver Lake went on to win the South 
Shore Tourney and the Tech Tourney to be- 
come Class C State Champions. 

In the post-season All-Star Game of the 
Old Colony League, Bobby Guidaboni was 
named to the starting team and Jimmy 
Gardner to the second team. Both Bobby and 
Jimmy played the back court for Plymouth 
during the regular playing season. 



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Well, Whitey! Don't just do something, stand 
there! 



Seniors Bob Rego and Whitey Hall were 
regular starters for the Blue Eagles. Rego 
played at one of the forward positions and 
Hall played center. Tom Bussolari, another 
senior, saw plenty of action, alternating with 
Hall at center. 

The most spectatcular game played by 
Plymouth was its second league game with 
Middleboro. The game went into two over- 
times before the Eagles pulled out a victory. 
The score at the final buzzer was Plymouth 
77, Middleboro 74. 

During the first overtime, with seven 
seconds remaining and Plymouth leading by 
two points, Jerry Marshall, one of Middle- 
boro's All-Star players, sank a two-pointer 
to tie the score up again. In the second over- 
time, Plymouth dominated the backboards 
and sank shots with deadly accuracy to walk 
off the floor smiling. 



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JR. VARSITY 
BASKETBALL 

First row: R. Keller, P. 
Greene, A. Silva, R. Travas- 
sos, R. Almeida, A. Perry. 
Second row: R. Clark, P. 
Perry, R. Andrews, C. Medei- 
ros, P. Gibbs, A. Mattioli, P. 
Giammarco, Mr. Sarson, 
Coach. 










J. V. Basketball — Scoreboard 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 25-24 

Plymouth vs. Wareham 24-33 

Plymouth vs. Abington 34-23 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 44-36 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 42-27 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 39-35 

Plymouth vs. Whitman 29-23 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 40-30 

Plymouth vs. Wareham 32-34 

Plymouth vs. Abington 46-50 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 33-45 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 32-20 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 50-35 

Plymouth vs. Whitman 58-44 



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1959 BASEBALL 



"Let's play ball" is shouted by Mr. Antone 
Spath to his baseball candidates in the gym 
around the third week of March. The first 
week of practice is devoted to the pitcher and 
catcher candidates. These battery practices 
consist of a short exercise drill followed by 
pitching control. 



All other candidates deserving a position 
on the team workout the following week. As 
soon as baseball weather arrives, the scene 
of the workouts is switched to John Siever 
Field. Here the Varsity is chosen and those 
remaining play a full season with Mr. De- 
Sisto on the Junior Varsity. 




BASEBALL TEAM 
First row: R. Silva, C. Romano, H. Baraufaldi, R. Kuhn, F. Anderson, R. Rego, R. 
Guidaboni. Last row: G. Zoccolante, Mgr.; Mr. Antone Spath, Coach; M. Souza, F. 
DeCost, I. Harding, F. Rose, W. Clark, A. Guerra, D. Raggazini, J. Lapham, Mgr. 



1959 Baseball Record 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 9-4 

Plymouth vs. Wareham 3-6 

Plymouth vs. Abington 2-0 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 1-7 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 4-1 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 6-4 

Plymouth vs. Whitman 4-2 



Plymouth vs. Rockland 9-3 

Plymouth vs. Wareham 2-6 

Plymouth vs. Abington 12-1 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 2-5 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 8-4 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 8-6 

Plymouth vs. Whitman 3-4 

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CROSS-COUNTRY 
First row: J. Vincent, J. Gardner, P. Perry, P. Leonardi, D. Pioppi, R. Andrews. Last 
row: C. Maccaferri, A. Lacey, W. Whiting, D. Ferazzi, Mr. Harold Rogers, Coach; R. 
Kramer, J. Douglas, F. Rose, R. Montanari. 



TRACKAND CROSS COUNTRY 



Cross Country Record 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 39-16 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 40-15 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 32-23 

Plymouth vs. Wareham 19-36 

Plymouth vs. Abington 29-29 

Plymouth vs. Whitman 20-35 

Plymouth vs. Plymouth Academy . . . 20-35 



Track Scores 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 28 1 / 4-57 1 /2 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 33i/ 2 -52i/ 2 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 46i/ 3 -392/ 3 

Plymouth vs. Whitman 36-50 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 51 - 35 

Plymouth vs. Abington 362/3-49 Vk 

Plymouth vs. Wareham 62 - 24 





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TRACK 
First row: B. Maffini, K. Al- 
meida, D. Maccaferri, D. Halu- 
nen, A. Bouchard. Last row: W. 
Kitchen, P. Raymond, R. Tra- 
vassos, J. Searles, R. Kramer, 
Mr. Harold Rogers, Coach. 



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TO MRS. CRONIN 

The girls' sports pages are dedicated to Mrs. Marjorie 
Cronin, who directed girls' physical education for eight 
years. 

Mrs. Cronin coached the girls in field hockey, basket- 
ball, tennis, and Softball. She spent many hours patiently 
developing in her athletes the skills which are so essential 
for successful teams. She also was responsible for the well- 
trained cheerleaders who supported our teams at football 
and basketball games. 

She will always be remembered for her help and guid- 
ance as a friend and teacher. 



Samoset Press 



FIELD HOCKEY 



Hockey Scoreboard — Varsity 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 0-2 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 4-0 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 7-0 

Plymouth vs. Abington 3-1 

Plymouth vs. Bridgewater 5-2 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 1-0 



J. V. Hockey — Scoreboard 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 1-0 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 1-0 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 1-0 

Plymouth vs. Abington 4-0 

Plymouth vs. Bridgewater 2-1 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 0-0 




FIELD HOCKEY 
Above, First row: N. Hathaway, L. 
Miskelly. Second row: N. Parsons, J. 
Patenaude, M. Brigida. Third row: K. 
Longhi, H. Cavicchi, B. Policow, L. 
Estes, J. Billey. Fourth row: 
Sears, C. Parks, S. Clark, J. Wild, 
Guaraldi, P. Cavicchi, D. Moreau. 



JUNIOR VARSITY 
Below, First row: J. Devine, D. Costa, 
M. David, S. Wood, S. Almeida. Sec- 
ond row: E. Furtado, N. Segal, T. 
David, C. Dahl. Third row: M. Sher- 
man, S. Rogers, R. Aldrich-Ames. 
irth row: J. Wirzburger. 




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Success was the keynote of the girl's field 
hockey team, which chalked up a record of five 
wins and one loss. The team was co-captained 
by Nancy Hathaway and Lyn Miskelly, both 
seniors, Judy Wild, a junior, was high scorer of 
the season. 

The junior varsity achieved a record of five 
wins and one tie. 




Where's the bail ? 



Look, Ma! Hockey with no ice! 







Christine Clough, Mrs. Lena 
Allaire, Dorothy Stern 



What ya doin' Nancy, — Smash 
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VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 
First row: J. Wild, J. Keller, K. Longhi, H. Cavicchi, B. Policow, S. 
Clark. Last row: N. Parsons, W. Sears, P. Souza, J. Billey, L. Estes, 
M. Policow, L. Miskelly. 




Girls' Basketball 

Mrs. Lena Allaire, the new physical ed- 
ucation instructor for girls, through her 
careful coaching, led the girls' basketball 
team to a successful season. 

The varsity team piled up nine wins over 
three losses, while the junior varsity won 
nine, lost two and tied one. 

Despite the usual loss of players in June, 
the experience obtained by the underclass- 
men should assure an equally brilliant record 
next season. 



COACH AND MANAGERS 

Deborah Cohen, Ruth Cadorette, Mrs. 
Lena Allaire, Ruthanne Holman, Linda 
Harlow 



JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM 
First row: D. Newey, C. Silva, S. 
Rogers, J. Devine, C. Parks. Last row: 
J. Patenaude, B. Andrews, P. Gill, M. 
Sherman, M. Beauregard, K. Barufal- 
di, C. Dahl, D. Ottino, D. Moreau. 



HOOPSTERETTES SWAMP OPPONENTS 

Basketball Scoreboard — Varsity 

Plymouth vs. Alumnae 40-22 

Plymouth vs. Abington 35-22 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 43-19 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 42-51 | 

Plymouth vs. Bridgewater 38-34 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 26-24 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 37-24 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 39-41 

Plymouth vs. Abington 33- 9 

Plymouth vs. Bridgewater 33-22 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 35-26 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 41-35 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 23-24 





Pick it up — it doesn't bite. 




It's still a long way up. 



Junior Varsity Scoreboard 

Plymouth vs. Abington 16-16 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 11- 8 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 15-13 

Plymouth vs. Bridgewater 32-23 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 14-11 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 29-14 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 33-35 

Plymouth vs. Abington 21-22 

Plymouth vs. Bridgewater 12- 6 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 16-11 

Plymouth vs. Silver Laek 20-14 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 16-12 



Yea for the bodyguard! 
Come to me! 







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SOFTBALL 



First row: Patricia Souza, Janet Willis, Vir- 
ginia Beane, Mary David, Lynda Gavoni, Ju- 
dith Billey, Veronica Quintal, Beatrice An- 
drews, Carole Silva. Last row: Judy Edmond, 



Katherine Enos, Judy Wild, Sally Clark, Lind, 1 
Estes, Helen Cavicchi, Christene Clough, Doris 
Parkhurst, Dorothy Stern. 



SOFTBALL 



Softball Scoreboard 

Plymouth vs. Abington 20-18 

Plymouth vs. Bndgewater 6-13 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 8-13 

Plymouth vs. Bridgewater 7-22 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 16-43 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 17-13 



Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plymouth 
Plvmouth 



Tennis Scoreboard 

vs. Hingham Lost 

vs. Silver Lake Won 

vs. Whitman Won 

vs. Duxbury Won 

vs. Scituate Lost 

vs. Hingham Won 

vs. Silver Lake Lost 

vs. Whitman Won 

vs. Duxbury Won 




TENNIS 



Plymouth High School's girls' tennis 
team has always been excellent, but in the 
past season the school has been especially 
proud. The team ended one of its best sea- 
sons with a 6 win, 3 loss record. 

The girls put in long hours of arduous 
practice sessions and were rewarded by 
pleasant associations with other teams 
and the satisfaction of successful team 
competition. 



Noelle Parsons, Lvn Miskellv 



SAFETY AMD PREMIUM •BOYME.AMDrLLDOirouooaifc 



FIREWOBKS! 

JO. IIOVEY &€0„, Gknehai, Agents 
% for LANKKGAN & CO., Pyrotechnists to 
Boston for I SCO. Novel Displays fumi-hed to 

j Committees, and Wholesale Dealers supplied with 

[every variety of Fire works from the United Lab- 
oratories, at Reduced Rates. Also for sale,— Chi- 
nese Jostic; Double Heads; Pistol, Cannon, Un- 

icIeSam, and Mammoth Bunker Hill ('nickers. 

j All orders addressed to the Sale Depot of tho 
General Agents, 

4&ME8 G» HOVEV & C0 >t 

No. 149 WASHINGTON STREET, 

BOSTON, MASS, 

Laboratories at East Cambridge, South Heading, 
and Brighton, Mass. 
Boston, June 2, 1 860. 5t 



$50 REWARD ! 

THE above reward will be paid by the Proprie- 
tors of Oak Grove Cemetery for the do-' 
tection and conviction of the poison or persons 
who took an Ambrotype Likeness from the monu- 



ment on the lot of C. A. 8. P 



E 



al- 



io said 



Cemetery. Also for the detection and conviction. 
of any person or persons who shall maliciously in- 
jure or destroy any monument, tree, shrub or 
flowers in said Cemetery, 

SAMUEL II. DOTEN, 
Sc.'y of Oak Grove Corporation. 
Plymouth, May 26th, 1860. 3m 



Medium tv 


SJ.OO. 


Small " 


3.00 


Per 1000 lbs., 


1.25. 


*« 50O «« 


.70. 


" lOO " 


.15. 



PLEASE NOTICE! 
JUST REOEIYED, 

A Lot of Coe's 
Superphosphate of Lime, 

For sale at NORTH WHARF, by 

1. W. Jackson. 

Plymouth, May 12, I860, tf 



MURDOCH'S POND 
xo:E3 ! 

Will be furnished for tho season as follows : 
REFRIGERATORS SUPPLIED, 
Large sisee, $5,0©« 



CLEANS THE 8V8TKM, l'CRIFT TiiE BLOOP. 



The be*t Spring and Summer 
medicine in the WoiW is 

DR- LANGLEY'S 

Root and Herb Bitters, 

Compound of Sarsaparilla, Wild Cherry Yellow 
nock, Prickly Ash, ThoroMghwort, Khuharh, 
Mandrake, Dandelion, &c, all of which a^e so 
compounded as to act in concert, and assist Nature 
in eradicating disease. 

The Hitters continue to be the most standard, 
popular and reliable medicine ever discovered for 
the cure of Liver Complaints, and all their attend- 
ant*; Jaundice in iis «orst forms; Humors, 
whether of idood or skin ; all Billious Diseases 
and Foul Stomach : Dvspepsta ; Costivenos; Fe- 
male Weakness and every disease arising from In- 
digestion, or sedentary hil.its of lite; Headache; 
Dizziness ; Piles; Heartburn; Pains in the 
Side, Bowels or Back; Flatulency; Loss Of 
Appetite, and everv kindred complaint arising 
from Imparities of the B'ood, Diseased Li^er, or 
Disordered Stomach, to which every person is more 
or less subjected in this climate. 

The effect of this medicine is most wonderful- 
it acts direetlv upon the bowels and blood, by re- 
moving all obstructions from tho internal organs, 
stimulating them into healthy action, rer.ervaiing 
the f.mnt.dn ol life, purifyitcjr the blood, cleaning 
.it from all humors, and fMH«tng it to course anew 
through everv part of the t.ody ; restoring tic in- 
valid to health and usefulness. 

Only 25 and '18 c nts per bottto. Sold by Deal 
ers in Medieinc every where. 

Orders addressed to J. 0. LANGLfcT or GLO. 
C. 000 1) WIN & CO.. Bostt.it. 
mar 'H, 6mis 

LIVERY STAULE. 




Apply to 



S. LANMAN. I -p 



Granville Gardner 

would inform his friends and the public generally, 
that he is prepared to furnish HOUSES and CAR- 
RIAGES to individuals and parties, at hit stable 
in '« iddle street, on the very lies' terms of any es- 
tablishment in this vicinity. 

CCr* Passengers carried to neighboring towns on 
reasonable terms. 

STABLING. — Having a large and commodious 
Stable he is prepared to accommodate the travel- 
ing public with good .stabling at all limes. Faith- 
ful and trusty Ostlers may he found tit their posts 
at all hours of dav or nieht. 

' GUBNVILLE GARDNER. 

Plymouth, Jan. 1, 1857. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



Congratulations to the Class of 1960 



CV? 




6-8 Court St. 
Plymouth 



94 



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1SS£ 



OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 




TO THE 
CLASS 

•/ 

I960 



95 





PLYMOUTH HARDWARE, 


Inc. 








and 










NERI PLUMBING COMPANY 






42-44 


Court Street 


Tel. 


PI 


6-0265 



CURRIER'S 



PLYMOUTH 



Est. 1900 



61 and 63 Main Street 



Congratulations 



SAMOSET GARAGE, INC. 

Plymouth, Mass. 

Chrysler — Plymouth 

Hillman — Sunbeam 

Valiant 

Samoset — Gasoline 



GOGGIN & SON 



Furniture Company 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 





Compliments of . . . 




HENDRIE'S ICE CREAM 




Our 75th Year 


Nelson Street 


Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Congratulations to the Class of 1960 



CELLAR'S SERVICE STATION 



Manomet, Mass. 



Surveyors 

and 
Engineers 




DELANO & KEITH 



Congratulations to the 
Class of '60 



BERNARD'S 



LADIES' APPAREL 




97 



PLYMOUTH 
FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK 




Duxbury — Plymouth 



Kingston 



Your Bank For School Savings 



98 



A 
C 


Best Wishes 


to the 


A 


Class of 1960 


D 


From The Faculty and Students 
of 


E 


Plimoth Academy 


PLIMOTH 
Y 


and School of Fine Arts 
ROY BROWN, Headmaster 



Dodge — Renault — Plymouth 



T.V. — Radio telephone — Fathometers 



KINGSTON, MASS. 



Tel. JU. 5-2074 



GOODING'S 

V-P Jewelers Since 1802 <J 

"Plymouth's Leading Jewelry Store" 
FEATURE LOCK 

DIAMONDS 

HAMILTON 
GRUEN— BULOVA— ELGIN 

WATCHES 

CASH OR CREDIT TERMS 



TEL. PI 6-0429 



18 Court St. 



Plymouth 



Sunshine stores 



RALPH A. GOVON1 



133 MAIN STREET 

KINGSTON, MASS. 
JU. 5-4446 JU. 5-2018 



99 



Skifo 



NOOK FARM DAIRY 




MILK 



and 



CREAM 



HEALTH BUILDER 



LOCAL MILK 



Nook Road 



Plymouth 



Telephone Pilgrim 6-1261 



100 



Compliments of 



PLYMOUTH LUMBER COMPANY 



Robbins Road 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



VAN TWINKLES 




Front Row: 1. to r: C. Holmes, P. Tibbets, J. Trask, L. Mazilli, M. Sampson, M. Guar- 
aldi, L. Correa. Middle: L. Goodwin, S. Groetzinger, R. Holman, L. Estes, N. Hathaway, 
P. Wirburger, J. Billey. Back: C. Dahl, B. Trask, M. David, M. Brigada, B. Forni, A. 
Sampson, K. Atwood. Absent: D. Marsh, L. Courtney. 



tot 



Plymouth Federal 
Savings and Loan Association 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 



Inc. 1882 



Fed. 1937 



President 
James R. Chandler 



Treasurer 
A. Lee Roulston 



Vice President 
Harry R. Talbot 



Assistant Treasurer 
Ronald C. Carletti 



Executive Vice President 
Walder J. Engstrom 



Secretary 
Mae E. Emond 




At Your Service For 
INSURED SAFETY FOR SAVINGS 
HOME MORTGAGE LOANS 
Planned for Your Budget 



102 



. 



Congratulations to the Class of '60 



ROGERS SUPER MARKET 



STATE ROAD, MANOMET 



Compliments of 




Ymnke* 

TravUr 

Bat ud Comfort 
WfTWiBiijHijkway 




^TJT^ 



Route 3A 



Plymouth 



LORING'S 



Established 1894 



Watchmakers & Jewelers 



25 Main Street 



Plymouth 



103 



Congratulations to all graduates of Plymouth High 
School . . . From radio station 



W.P.L.M 



You have received your education in one of the best 
school systems in the United States of America. 

Plymouth is truly America's "Home Town"... It's 
history . . . it's heritage are for you to remember as you 
go out into the world to make your way in life. 

We of WPLM. . .The radio voice of America's home 
town . . . sincerely hope that your life will abound with 
all the things that are good . . . and that you will remem- 
ber as you go out into the world . . . the good that you 
knew in Plymouth . . . where the American way of life . . . 
the democratic way of living really started. 



Good Luck to all of you of 
the Class of 1960 

John Thomas Campbell . . . owner, manager of W.P.L.M. 
1390 on the dial . . . Keep Listening 

Radio Voice of Plymouth, Cape Cod, and The Islands 



104 










Always A Friendly Welcome 

GAMBINI'S 

Established 1922 

52 Main Street PLYMOUTH, MASS. 

Del and Jim Panagoplos, Owners 
"Featuring Fine Food" 



Tel. PI 6-0372 



Compliments of . 



SMITH'S 



PLYMOUTH 









Congratulations to The 
Class of '60 

PURITAN CLOTHING CO, 

"Modern Men's and Boys' Stores" 



PLYMOUTH 



ROCKLAND 



and 



PURITAN TAILORING DEPT. 



CLEANERS — TAILORS — FURRIERS 



105 



BALBONI'S DRUG STORE 



315 Court Street -^ Plymouth 



PI 64251 



"The Drug Store That Serves Plymouth" 



PURITAN GARAGE 

Sgarzi Bros. 

356 Court Street — Plymouth 

Lincoln, Mercury, Fiat 
Sales and Service 

Tel. PI 6-3100 



To Protect 

You 
Completely 



See Us for 




INSURANCE 



STODDARD & TALBOT 



"Insurance That Insures" 



36 Main St. Tel. PI 6-0030 Plymouth 



Congratulations to the Class of 1960 



HATCH 



Electrical Company, Inc. 



12 Market Street 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



106 






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The Plymouth National Bank 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 




The way to Security 



107 






51 



Hfi 



Compliments of 



HENRY MENGOLI 
and SON 



Congratulations to the Class of 1960 

EMERSON'S STORE 

White Horse Beach, 
Mass. 





Compliments 






of 






MARIO'S AUTO BODY 




PI. 6-0300 




Plymouth, Mass. 



108 





Congratulations 
to the Seniors 



M & M SPORTING GOODS COMPANY 



Pilgrim 6-1915 



35 Main Street 



Compliment! 


5 Of 








TASSY'S 




Summer St. 




Kingston, 


Mass. 




Tel. 


JU 5-4509 





TOWN BROOK 



SERVICE STATION 



MANDOS 



24-Hour Road Service 



14 Water Street 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



109 



m 



Compliment.s of 



JORDAN HARDWARE 

• Builders' Hardware 

• Electrical Supplies 

• Sporting Goods 

• Garden Tools 

• Housewares & Appliances 

• Kitchen Planning 

If it is . . . 

Jordan has it! 



want a house V 



want any kind of insurance ? 



see Elmer E. Avery Insurance 



Agency, Inc. 



STEVENS, The Florist 



Store Phone 
PI 6-2600 



Greenhouse 
PI 6-2601 



Plymouth, Mass. 

CONGRATULATIONS 



to 



GOOD LUCK TO GOOD SCHOLARS! 



FROM 





FINEST MEATS SOLD ANYWHERE! 



Rockland 



Hanover 



Braintree 



Hull - Nantasket 



Plymouth Kingston 



1 1 1 



4;;M 



Congratulations 

to the Seniors of 1960 



DEARN and McGRATH 
RESTAURANT 



Water Street 



Plymouth 



The ROGERS PRINT 




BOOK, JOB and 

COMMERCIAL 
PRINTING 

20 Middle Street Plymouth, ZMass., 
Pilgrim 6-9365 







Congratulations to the Seniors 








SEARS FUEL COMPANY 






"Let The Green Fleet Deliver Your Heat" 




Off Lothrop 


Street 


Plymouth, 
Telephone PI 6-1214 


Massachusetts 



Compliments of . . . 

GEORGE V. BUTTNER STORE 

19-21 Court Street Plymouth 

Headquarters of Pendleton Sportswear 

and 

Imported Scotch Plaids 



112 



Plymouth Savings Bank 



The Friendly Bank' 




i 



PLYMOUTH 
MV/HCsbjIMc I 



infill 
1 ill I 



si 






Friendly Service from these Friendly People . . . 

ALLEN D. RUSSELL, Treasurer 

ARTHUR G. ESTES, JR., Assistant Treasurer 
DONALD W. HEATH, Teller 
HELENE R. PIRANI, Teller 
MARGARET E. FAHEY, Clerk 



113 



Compliments of 


SHERMAN'S FURNITURE CO. 


310 COURT ST 

i 


PI 6-1440 



"Education is the Apprenticeship of Life" 

FOR SCHOOL NEWS 

. that story of the Class Prom 

. stories of special school events 

. social items of your Classmates 

. the weekly column of your school Press Club 

. your school graduation 

. your school athletics — baseball, football, field 
hockey, track, tennis 

. all with photos and action pictures 

READ THE OLD COLONY MEMORIAL 

— New England's Greatest Weekly Newspaper For 135 Years— 

©lu (Muttg Memorial 

FOR QUALITY PRINTING — INQUIRE OF MEMORIAL PRESS 



114 



Diamonds • Rings 



Watches • Clocks 




A. A. DHOOGE 

JEWELER 

Watchmaker and Engraver 



Phone Pilgrim 6-2645 



Plymouth, Mass. 



BOWLING AT ITS BEST 



At The Plymouth 



BOWL-O-MAT 



THE OCKERS COMPANY 

Your headquarters for — 

— Books — college outline series 

— Dictionaries — Greeting cards 

— Brief cases and school supplies 

— Portable typewriter sales and service 

15 Main Street Plymouth 



PI 6-2255 



PLYMOUTH CORDAGE COMPANY 



115 



Best Wishes For The Future 




PLYMOUTH GLASS CO. 




158 Court Street 


PI. 6-1835 


Herb & "Jackie" Erskine 





SHWOM BROTHERS 



305 Court Street 



North Plymouth, Mass. 



Compliments of 



&mM 



330 Court Street 



Plymouth, Mass. 



PI 6-9846 



BENEA BLOCK COMPANY 



32 Main Street 



Kingston, Massachusetts 



• First 

in Quality 

• Fairest 

in Price 

• Fastest 

in Service 



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Best Wishes To The Class Of 1960 




PIOPPI'S PKG. STORE 




60 Court Street 


PL 6-194a 







PLYMOUTH MARINE RAILWAY 



Congratulations to 
the Class of 1960 

PADOVANI'S PHARMACY 



FRIENDS 


Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Freyermuth 


Plymouth Antique Centre 


Mary's Beauty Shoppe 


Dottie Blackburn 


Plymouth Dental Lab 


Greg's Barber Shop 


Carroll Cut-Rate 


Carol D'Ambrosio 


Harris and Rose Cohen 


Mr. & Mrs. John Cavicchi 


Mr. & Mrs. James Taddia 


"Jim "Rogers 


Mr. & Mrs. John Maccaferri 


Mr. & Mrs. Nando Bussolari 


Mr. & Mrs. Dunham Rogers 


Alcott Lee Rogers 


Kingston Flying A. 


Towne Shoe Service 


Mr. & Mrs. Charles Maccaferri 


Crowell's 


O'Keefe's Hat Shoppe 


Bell Shops 


Reubin M. Winokur 


Evelyn M. Reardon 


Louis Borghesani 


Mr. & Mrs. Kendall S. Estes 


E. & R. Deighton 


Forges Farm 


C. Paul 


Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Welch 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph B. Correa 


R. J. Marois 


Loretta J. Correa 


A Friend 


Verre's Barber Shop 


Dr. & Mrs. Myron A. Policow 



■V.V, 

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SPONSORS 



Victoria's Market 

Cold Spring Motel 

Perry's Market 

Bumpus Machine Shop 

Tavernelli's Barber Shop 

Ward & Brady 

Costa's Repair Service 

Forn Sign Co. 

Lincoln St. Service Station 

Pilgrim Drug 

Cape Travel Agency 

Plymouth Rock Hdw. Co. 

Zanello's Furniture 

Anti's Tailor Shop 

Valente Bros. Florists 

Mando's Furniture 

Bradley Pharmacy 

Dexter's Shoe Store 

Plymouth Rock Grocery 

Reliable Cleaners 

Old Colony Laundry 

Manomet Beauty Salon 

Bluebird Restaurant 

Green Thumb 

The E. S. Burns Insurance Agency 



Elmer F. Buck Tile Co. 

Wood's Fish Market 

Ted's Texaco Service Station 

Sears, Roebuck & Co. 

Holmes Grocery 

Peter Pan Store 

Garuti Service Station 

F. A. Benotti 

Churchill's Service Station 

E. Botieri 

Barbieri's Grocery Store 

H. A. Bradford & Sons 

Prince St. Service Station 

Stein Furniture 

Contente's Shoe Store 

North Plymouth Hardware 

Jabez Corner Service Station 

Alve's Shoe Store 

Bradley's Animal Hospital 

Mariner Boat Shop 

Bartlett Oil Company 

Mr. & Mrs. James J. Connell 

Pilgrim-Buick-Pontiac Sales, Inc. 

Rusty's Friendly Service 



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Congratulations to the 
Senior Class 




Walk-Over Shoe Store 



8A North Street 



Plymouth 



THE STUDIO 

Feminine Fashions — Gifts 
Duxbury, Mass. 

This New England Country Shop is a 
joy to those who shop for fine mer- 
chandise attractively displayed and 
moderately priced. 

representing COOLEY'S INC. 
of Boston 

China-Glass 

Olive & Edward Turner, Prop. 
Dial WE. 4-2521 




"Good 
Luck to 
the future 
Builders of 
America" 



KINGSTON LUMBER COMPANY 



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1960 PILGRIM 



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Other Mass. Accounts 

Amesbury H.S. 
Arms Academy 
Barnstable H.S. 
Boston Latin School 
Bourne H.S. 
Bromfield H.S. 
Burlington H.S. 
Chapel Hill School 
Easthampton H.S. 
Everett H.S. 
Fontbonne Acad. 
Girls Latin School 
Haverhill H.S. 
Hopkins Acad. 
Hyde Park H.S. 
King Philip Reg. H.S. 
Mahar Reg. H.S. 
Masconomet Reg. H.S. 
Mass. Maritime Acad. 
Medfield H.S. 
Melrose H.S. 
Millis H.S. 
Mt. St. Mary's 

Fall River 
Mt. Trinity 

Watertown 
Nazareth Acad. 

Wakefield 
Newman Prep 
N.E. Col. of Pharm. 
Newton Junior Col. 
N. Reading H.S. 
Notre Dame H.S. 

Southbridge 
Pioneer Valley H.S. 
Provincetown H.S. 
Randolph H.S. 
Rockland H.S. 
St. Anne's Sch. 

Arlington 
Ste. Chretienne's 

Salem 
St. Clement's 

Somerville 
Sharon H.S. 
Somerville Trade H.S. 
Stoneham H.S. 
Story H.S. 
Suffolk Univ. 
Watertown H.S. 
W. Bridgewater H.S. 
West wood H.S. 
Woburn H.S. 



N. E. Representative : 
Robert Vantine 
104 Rock Meadow Rd. 
Westwood, Mass. 



•v> v 



3300 Monroe Road • Charlotte, N. C. 



THE finest IN SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHY 



ffupthitft Otia&ty IN SCHOOL YEARBOOKS. 





Dreamer 



Junior Jam Session 




i_V; 


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*fl| 



It's alive! 



I think I'm being followed. 








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I'll swap you Sandy, Pat, and Kit for 
Johnny. 




Why doesn't somebody cut him down. 




Hey, I heard you passed an English test! 




Red shoes? 



Substitute ? 







Let's have a party! 




ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 



In order to publish a yearbook, an editor depends upon many 
people for their valuable service. I wish to extend my sincere 
thanks and appreciation to the following who have helped me so 
much this year. 

Mr. and Mrs. Dickson and "Ted" who have willingly and patient- 
ly fulfilled our many wishes and needs in connection with the 
most enjoyable part of the Pilgrim . . . the pictures. 

Mr. Robert Vantine of the Delmar Printing Company for his ad- 
vice and assistance in all the many phases of yearbook work. 

Mr. Raymond Miskelly for his excellent football candids. 

Mr. Randall Abbott for his photographs of old documents. 
Our advertisers for supporting the i960 Pilgrim. 

Mrs. Whiting and the office girls for their willing assistance. 

The faculty for their patience when classes were interrupted for 
the taking of group pictures. 

The editorial staff, who gave me immeasurable help from start 
to finish. 

Eric Engstrom, for his cover design and other art work. 

Linda Estes for doing a great job as business manager and also 
for helping with typing and proofreading. 

Lyn Miskelly for her hours spent doing whatever needed to be 
done. 

Pat Ghidoni, Anne Notini, Diane Carreiro, and Annette Sirrico 

for their hours of work when I needed special aid. 

Dick Marinella who, though he had no official title, was always 
ready to supply humor for captions and other special features. 



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